Sage Arbor Ph.D.

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Research Projects - Public Policy

We are at a unique point in time, where more data is being gathered and stored digitally than we can currently analyze. While most research aims at forming a thesis and then creating and analyzing all necessary data, there is a new breed of scientist (e.g. Atul Butte at Stanford) that uses publically available datasets to data mine interesting information. This is the most high-tech form of recycling and can yield amazing results. With a SQL database background and computational scripting skills combining divergent datasets seem particularly interesting. For example imagine the correlations between data from : genomic chips, sleep pattern recording device, GPS/heart rate fitness apps, and nutrition facts stored from a membership card.
br> See some interesting data below to put the state of the US healthcare in reference to other developed countries … there is room for improvement, and I look forward to working with my colleagues and students to make up loss ground.





Studying healthcare in Chile
Pre-med student builds cultural competencies and awareness.
Watch Htoo's story
Interning at Delta Faucet
Marketing experience gives insight into corporate America.
Watch Dominic's story
Coming home to Indy
Award-winning transfer student is glad she made the switch.
Read Rachel's story

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