Tiffany Callahan, MPH Applied Biostatistics
Professional Research Assistant, Section of Pediatric Epidemiology
University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus
Tiffany currently works as a Professional Research Assistant at the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus. As a part of Dr. Michael Kahn’s PCORI Methods grant, Tiffany has played an active roll in the development of a harmonized data quality assessment framework. Additionally she helped to create a de-identified OMOP common data model-complaint database utilizing Children’s Hospital Colorado data. Tiffany’s work has also focused on the integration of innovative analysis and reporting techniques utilizing diverse data sets. Currently, she helps implement health care analytic applications and biomedical tools, provides guidance on the selection and use of statistical modeling software, and is responsible for helping execute current quantitative research projects.
Tiffany is interested in the adaption and development of robust computational and analytical methodologies to answer complex clinical questions using clinical and genomic data. Tiffany received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Biological Anthropology from the University of New Mexico, her Master in Public Health in Applied Biostatistics from the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus, and will be pursuing a PhD in Computational Biology from the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus this fall. Tiffany has received several certifications from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Ozkaynak M, Wiler J, Dziadkowiec O, Callahan TJ, Zane R. (2015, May). Transforming Triage: Findings From Redesigning Workflow in an ED. The Industrial and Systems Engineering Research Conference, Nashville, TN.
Dziadkowiec O, Ozkaynak M, Callahan TJ, (2015, April). Using Markov Models to Examine ED Workflow Related to Asthma Patients. The Western Institutes of Nursing (WIN), Albuquerque, NM.
Callahan TJ, Kahn MG. (2015, March). A Comparative Evaluation of Open Source Data Quality Tools. The American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, Washington, DC.
Ozkaynak M, Deakyne S, Callahan TJ, Dziadkowiec O, Tham E. (2014, November). Differences in Occurrence and Recorded Times of Care Delivery Events as Documented in Electronic Health Records. The American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, Washington, DC.