Biographies

Eileen C. King, PhD

Associate Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

Phone: 513-803-1819

Fax: 513-636-1254

Email: eileen.king@cchmc.org

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Specialties

Clinical trials, statistical process control, data management, nonparametric regression using linear smoothers.

Biography

Dr. King has provided biostatistical leadership in the design, analysis, and interpretation of results from animal and human clinical research studies supporting drug discovery, early and late stage drug development, commercialization, and market support. She provided statistical expertise and oversight for the development, review, and defense of 10 New Drug Application submissions in the areas of gastrointestinal, cardiac, bone diseases and female sexual health. She is currently leading the growing Data Management Center to assure appropriate data management processes for data collection, data cleaning and validation, and data finalization, documentation and archival are used which lead to high quality data that can be shared with the research community at large.

Dr. King is active in the American Statistical Association and is currently chair of the Council of Sections Governing Board. She is an Associate Editor for the Journal of Statistical Education. Dr. King mentors junior faculty, staff and students in DBE and Gastroenterology and the Anderson Center. She is the primary instructor of “Statistical Principles for Clinical Research Studies” in the UC College of Pharmacy.

Education and Training

PhD: Texas A&M University, 1988.

MS: University of Wyoming, 1980.

BS: Regis College, 1976.

Publications

Grants

Digestive Health Center: Bench to Bedside Research in Pediatric Digestive Disease. Biostatistician. National Institutes of Health. Aug 2007 – May 2012.

Open Source Science: Transforming Chronic Illness Care. Statistician. National Institutes of Health. Sep 2009 – Aug 2014.

Cincinnati Center for Clinical and Translational Science and Training. Biostatistician. National Institutes of Health. Mar 2009 – Feb 2014.

Building Modular Pediatric Chronic Disease Registries for QI and CE Research. Biostatistician. National Institutes of Health. Sep 2010 – Sep 2013.

The Pedi IBD Network for Res & Improvement. Biostatistician. PIBDNet Trailblazer Collaborative. Oct 2010 – Jun 2012.