Kerrie P Nelson, PhD

Research Associate Professor, Biostatistics
Kerrie Nelson
(617) 638-5866kerrie@bu.edu
Crosstown Center – CT318
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Biography

Kerrie Nelson is a Research Associate Professor in the Department of Biostatistics at Boston University. She is from New Zealand originally, and after her undergraduate studies at the University of Auckland, worked as a Research Fellow in Christchurch, New Zealand. She completed her PhD in Statistics at the University of Washington where her research focused on correlated data and generalized linear mixed models. She currently spends her time on both methodological research and applied projects focusing on developing statistical methods for assessing agreement in screening and diagnostic tests and has worked in a collaborative role with several groups at Boston Medical Center including Emergency Medicine, Diabetes and Nutrition, and Women's Health. She often enjoys teaching BS704 Introduction to Biostatistics.

Education

  • University of Washington-Seattle, PhD
  • University of Washington-Seattle, MSc
  • University of Auckland, BSc

Publications

  • Published on 6/21/2015

    Nelson KP, Edwards D. Measures of agreement between many raters for ordinal classifications. Stat Med. 2015 Oct 15; 34(23):3116-32. PMID: 26095449.

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  • Published on 5/19/2015

    Nelson, K.P., Edwards, D. Measures of Agreement Between Many Raters for Ordinal Classifications. Statistics in Medicine. 2015.

  • Published on 5/5/2015

    Dwyer, K. H., Walley, A.Y., Langlois, B.K., Mitchell, P.M., Nelson, K.P., Cromwell, Bernstein, E. A brief report: Opioid education and nasal naloxone rescue kits in the Emergency Department. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2015.

  • Published on 5/5/2015

    Oreskovic, N.M, Roth P., Lanyi Charles, S., Tsigaridi, D., Shepherd, K, Nelson, K.P., and Bar, M. Attributes of form in the Built Environment that Influence Perceived Walkability. Journal of Architectural and Planning Research. 2015.

  • Published on 4/1/2015

    Dwyer K, Walley AY, Langlois BK, Mitchell PM, Nelson KP, Cromwell J, Bernstein E. Opioid education and nasal naloxone rescue kits in the emergency department. West J Emerg Med. 2015 May; 16(3):381-4. PMID: 25987910.

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  • Published on 1/28/2015

    Weiner SG, Griggs CA, Langlois BK, Mitchell PM, Nelson KP, Friedman FD, Feldman JA. Characteristics of emergency department "doctor shoppers". J Emerg Med. 2015 Apr; 48(4):424-31.e1. PMID: 25638051.

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  • Published on 1/1/2014

    Treadway, N.J., Diop, H., Lu, E., Nelson, K.P., Hackman, H., Howland, J. Using surveillance data to inform a SUID reduction strategy in Massachusetts. Injury Epidemiology. 2014; 1-12.

  • Published on 11/12/2013

    Ruth M.R., Port A.M., Shah M., Bourland A.C., Istfan N.W., Nelson K.P., Gokce N., Apovian C.M. Consuming a hypocaloric high fat low carbohydrate diet for 12 weeks lowers C-reactive protein, and raises serum adiponectin and high density lipoprotein-cholesterol in obese subjects. Metabolism: Clinical and Experimental. 2013; 62(12):1779-1787.

  • Published on 9/26/2013

    Ruth MR, Port AM, Shah M, Bourland AC, Istfan NW, Nelson KP, Gokce N, Apovian CM. Consuming a hypocaloric high fat low carbohydrate diet for 12 weeks lowers C-reactive protein, and raises serum adiponectin and high density lipoprotein-cholesterol in obese subjects. Metabolism. 2013 Dec; 62(12):1779-87. PMID: 24075505.

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  • Published on 7/9/2013

    Weiner SG, Griggs CA, Mitchell PM, Langlois BK, Friedman FD, Moore RL, Lin SC, Nelson KP, Feldman JA. Clinician impression versus prescription drug monitoring program criteria in the assessment of drug-seeking behavior in the emergency department. Ann Emerg Med. 2013 Oct; 62(4):281-9. PMID: 23849618.

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