Torsten Neilands

PhD, Associate Professor UCSF School of Medicine

My current research activities fall into four distinct domains: (1) quantitative data analysis methods and survey scale development, (2) directorship of the CAPS Methods Core, (3) fostering and conducting behavioral HIV/AIDS-prevention research in racial and ethnicity minority populations and communities, and (4) advanced quantitative methodological, statistical, and data analytic support for epidemiological and behavioral HIV prevention research efforts.

Dr. Neilands is a CHARM Co-Investigator on the tobacco cessation research project. Dr. Neilands role on CHARM is to assist with study design, review statistical analyses, and assist with complex models.

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