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  • Yingjie Weng

    Yingjie Weng

    Biostatistician 3, Med/Quantitative Sciences Unit

    Current Role at StanfordResponsibility for Assistant Director, Learning Health Systems Program (LHS):
    • Establish and update LHS program resources within QSU
    • Host the onboard training program for new QSU hires and training sessions at a regular basis within QSU
    • Establish and mentor a core team within QSU for the LHS program
    • Guide the process of the projects assignments for quality improvement, pragmatic trials and studies involve real-world evidence generation using electronic health records (EHRs)
    • Maintain close relationships with clinical advocators of LHS projects at our collaborating departments under the supports and advocacy of QSU leadership.
    • Host an on-board session with department leaders who are interested in the program to communicate our missions of the program.
    • Host educational sessions/lectures for clinical investigators across collaborating departments
    • Establish close collaborations with a variety of data teams across campus departments under the supports and advocacy of QSU leadership
    • Act as the point person for QSU on the LHS Program

    Responsibility for Senior Biostatistician:
    - Study Design and Study Protocol Development
    - Statistical Analysis Plan
    - Grant Preparation
    - Statistical Methodology Research
    - Data Quality Control
    - Data Visualization
    - Data Cleaning
    - Statistical Programming
    - Statistical Modeling
    - Mentor junior statistician

  • Marcelle Winget

    Marcelle Winget

    Sr Research Scholar, Primary Care and Population Health

    Current Role at StanfordDirector, Evaluation Sciences Unit

  • Sandra Winter

    Sandra Winter

    Adjunct Lecturer, Medicine - Med/Stanford Prevention Research Center

    BioSandra J. Winter, PhD, MHA, is currently the Executive Director of Senior Coastsiders in Half Moon Bay, CA. Senior Coastsiders is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that has provided opportunities, support, and resources for older adults on the San Mateo Coast since 1977. Senior Coastsiders prepares meals that are served in the dining room or home delivered; provides information assistance and caregiver support; carries out minor repairs to improve home safety; facilitates transport to and from the center; and coordinates a variety of classes and activities. Sandi is an Adjunct Lecturer at the Stanford Prevention Research Center and a member of the Community Health and Prevention Research (CHPR) Master of Science Advisory Board.

    Sandi was born and raised in Zimbabwe, then moved to Cape Town in South Africa where she was a successful entrepreneur, owning and operating a number of businesses in the advertising industry. In 2003 Sandra moved with her family from Cape Town, South Africa to Lexington, Kentucky where she completed a Master of Health Administration in May, 2006 and a PhD in Public Administration (Health Policy Track) in December, 2009 at the University of Kentucky. Her graduate research work focused on the health care that is provided to prison inmates in Kentucky.

    In 2009 Sandra moved from Kentucky to California where she started working at the Stanford Prevention Research Center (SPRC). At SPRC Sandra held a number of positions including Fitness assessor, biometric screener and wellness advisor with the BeWell program; Social Science Research Assistant with Abby King’s Healthy Aging Research and Technology Solutions (HARTS) lab; Project Manager for the SPRC/Qassim University College of Medicine, Saudi Arabia collaboration, Postdoctoral Research Fellow with the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute and Director of the WELL for Life initiative.

    Sandra's research areas of interest include wellbeing, community-based interventions among under resourced populations; reducing health disparities (particularly in a global context); the role the environments in which we live, work and play affect our ability to lead healthy active lives; and how we can use technology to encourage and support health behavior improvements.