Senior Statistical Data Analyst
Avril Adelman is a Senior Statistical Data Analyst who has been with the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis since 1993, and with the Division of Biostatistics since 2015. She received her Masters Degree in Industrial/Organizational and Social Psychology from the University of California at Berkeley in 1981 and her A.B. degree from Washington University in Psychology and Mathematics in 1978.
Ms. Adelman serves as a data manager for a variety of projects including FAB24, that is studying the efficacy of 2 year vs 4 year use of a Foot Abduction Brace for children with club foot. She also helped develop the REDCap data capture system for the EPBG project that is studying the outcome of shoulder replacement surgery, and the TAMPITI project that is studying the effects of Tranexamic Acid (TXA) on hemorrhage in trauma patients.
Ms. Adelman specializes in data capture, data management, and quality control. She has considerable experience designing and producing study management reports for large-scale multicenter studies, which summarize the progress of an ongoing study and the current status of data acquisition. Ms. Adelman has experience in developing and maintaining web sites for sharing information with all investigators and staff on a given project. Her web sites capture data entry and validate the data as it is entered, as well as share the resultant data with all members of the study, and the reports summarizing those data.