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Dr. Micah Hartwell’s research focuses on public health topics – food security, addiction, nutrition, and exercise – using an array of statistical and mapping tools and techniques. He obtained his PhD from Oklahoma State University’s REMS program with emphasis in applied statistics, which provided an opportunity to analyze social and nutritional behaviors and biomarkers with NHANES data and publish a best practices manuscript on using structural equation modeling with complex survey data.  The work won first place in the Methods category at the 2018 American Society of Nutrition Conference and earned OSU’s Graduate Research Excellence Award. He has partnered with Feeding American and Cornell to publish technical reports on behavioral economics within food pantries and food banks, the OSU FAB study to assess nutrient biomarkers and transdermal alcohol sensors, and the OSU Center for Wellness and Recovery in conjunction with Laureate Institute for Brain Research to analyze processed MRI data from 11,000+ children related to prenatal exposures.

Dr. Hartwell received additional statistical training from attending Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Summer Institute of Epidemiology and Biostatistics and University of Oklahoma College of Public Health, Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology and Oklahoma Shared Clinical & Translational Resources in Bayesian analyses, clinical trials, and burden assessment and health economics.  

Research Opportunities with Dr. Hartwell

Research Area: Research uses secondary data analysis to investigate public health and medical topics, including – food security, health disparities, addiction, and pediatrics.

Project Title: N/A

Currently Seeking Students: Yes; Multiple

Time Commitment: Ongoing

Possible Coauthorship: Yes

Compensation: None



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