Nikki L. Freeman
Research Public Health Analyst
- MA, Economics, Duke University
- BS, Economics, Texas A&M University
Nikki Freeman, of the Center for Advanced Methods Development, has graduate training in economics and statistics. Before joining RTI, Ms. Freeman worked in the division of Public Health Sciences at the Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine, where she participated in projects related to obesity and bariatric surgery and developed Bayesian meta-analytic models for rare binary adverse events. At RTI, she has worked on efforts related evidence synthesis and program evaluation, including the meta-evaluation for the Health Care Innovation Awards. She is experienced in conducting health literature systematic reviews and meta-analyses, statistical computation and analysis, and program evaluation. Her research interests include Bayesian methods, causal inference, evaluation methods, and data visualization.