Projects related to Analysis and Design of Complex Data
We serve as coordinators of the workgroup, charged with promoting data-driven thinking to guide efficient and effective use of prevention resources.
Linking sensors to drones to reduce the cost and expand the possibilities of data collection
Untangling the influences of early environmental exposures and genetics on children’s health and development
Learning what the gut microbiome can tell us about diet and disease
Kansas and Missouri Consumer Health Access Survey (KMHS) seeks understanding of insurance status, health care access, and medical debt among regional population.
An RTI Grand Challenge
We partnered with USDA’s Economic Research Service to determine the extent to which reformulation of foods frequently consumed by children and adolescents could improve the healthfulness of those foods and diet quality.