CCN Resources & Support
Need Statistical Support?
Reach out to us early! We want to help you! It typically could take two weeks or more to address requested statistical help, depending on the scope of the project. This will be determined at our meeting.
Statistical Consulting Times:
Mondays: 1-2:30 pm
Need GRA Assistance?
Let us know at the link: GRA Assistance
Francisco Marquez (3103)
Francisco Marquez is a second-year student in the Clinical Health Psychology program at the University of Alabama. He has particular expertise in descriptive statistics, data cleaning, data visualization, non-parametric and parametric hypothesis testing, and generalized linear models (e.g., linear, Poisson, and logistic regression). He has a basic expertise in missing data imputation, basic mediation analysis, and proportional hazards models.
Tuesdays and Thursdays: 1pm-4pm; Fridays: 1pm – 5pm;
Christopher Breeden (3103)
Christopher Breeden is currently a 4th year PhD candidate in the Department of Psychology at the University of Alabama. Largely through an impression management framework, his research investigates the interpersonal tendencies of people who are elevated in dark-personality constructs (i.e., the Dark Tetrad; Antagonism). Overall, his research has provided some identity-based explanations for the prototypically “evil” or “malevolent” behavior (i.e., deception; aggression) frequently characterizing people elevated in those constructs. He is also interested in the utility of latent variable analysis via structural equation modeling in research on basic and pathological personality features.
Mondays and Wednesdays: 12 – 2pm; Tuesdays and Thursdays: 9am – 12pm
Jesse Rattan (remote)
Jesse Rattan, RN, MPH is a second year Ph.D. student with a background in international health development. She has worked in a range of different countries on sexual, reproductive, maternal and child health programs that address both service delivery and community aspects of health. She is keenly interested in norms, attitudes and biases, including implicit bias and how these phenomena influence access and quality of care and ultimately outcomes, in particular, the disparate maternal and newborn outcomes in the U.S.A.
Mondays through Thursdays: 1pm-5pm; Fridays 8am-12pm
CCN faculty may request to check out iPads for research purposes at the following link: iPad Request
CCN faculty may request to reserve rooms within the research suite at the following link: Room Request
Institutional Resources & Support
Cayuse (Internal Project Form)
UA eProtocol (IRB protocol submission)