Kevin Naaman

Research Associate; Coordinator

Kevin is a Ph.D. student pursuing a double major in Inquiry Methodology and Epidemiology. He researches statistical methods and applications to the social, behavioral, and health sciences. Substantively, he is interested in patient-centered outcomes and health interventions. 

His research is intended to help applied researchers improve the research rigor, reproducibility, and transparency of their publications. The goal of Kevin's research is to advocate the benefits of open science practices (e.g., data sharing, replication).