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Emily Caron

Emily Caron

Research Systems Programmer/Analyst


BA, Mathematics, University of New Hampshire

Emily Caron is a research systems programmer/analyst at RTI. She is an expert in computer software programming, analyzing complex data, setting estimates, developing survey specifications, editing, and writing reports. Her work centers around survey and statistical programs with an emphasis in application development for survey data collection and editing instruments. 

Currently, Ms. Caron is the Programming & Systems LEAD as well as the CATI front-end programmer for the National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (NISVS-5). She is also the Systems Task Lead and programmer for numerous studies, including Couples Health CoOp Plus, Fentanyl Test Strip OD Study, and Oregon’s Measure 110. Ms. Caron also serves as the Data Management Lead for the EBONI Study. 

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