Michelle LaPradd attended Georgia Institute of Technology for her bachelor's degree in civil engineering. She went on to obtain master's degrees in both business administration and mathematics with a specialization in applied statistics. She is currently working toward a Ph.D. in biostatistics through Indiana University. She has been teaching mathematics and statistics for about 10 years, and has been working as a biostatistician for the past four.
Her research is primarily in applied biostatistics and she functions as a co-investigator on a wide variety of medical research projects. Some recent publications include:
- Etiology and prevalence of mixed- and mono-infections in nongonococcal urethritis in men: a case-control study
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Breast Cancer Survivors with Fear of Cancer Recurrence:A 3-Arm Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial Development and Evaluation of the Dysmenorrhea Symptom Interference (DSI) Scale.