Mike Baiocchi: Health Care Statistician
I specialize in creating simple, easy to understand methodologies for causal inference and observational studies. In graduate school I had the privilege of training with Dylan Small. I also worked closely with Paul Rosenbaum and Scott Lorch. I became a statistician to help analyze and improve health care.
I am an Assistant Professor in the Stanford Prevention Research Center at Stanford School of Medicine. Before this I was a Stein Fellow in the Statistics Department here at Stanford.
Before graduate school I worked as an actuarial associate at Towers
Perrin. My specialty was health care, with a focus on disease
management and care management. I come from a family full of nurses and
public health folks. I've been surrounded by people thinking, talking,
and debating health care and its delivery since before I can remember.
I'm proud to be actively adding to this conversation through my research.