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Hire Dr. Ben Brintz
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Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Services
Work Experience

Statistician/Data Scientist Intern

Pacific Northwest National Lab

June 2015 - September 2015

Education

Ph.D.

Oregon State University

September 2012 - March 2018

Certifications
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Publications
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Ben J Brintz, Benjamin Haaland, Joel Howard, Dennis L Chao, Joshua L Proctor, Ashraful I Khan, Sharia M Ahmed, Lindsay T Keegan, Tom Greene, Adama Mamby Keita, et al.(2021). A modular approach to integrating multiple data sources into real-time clinical prediction for pediatric diarrhea . eLife. 10. {eLife} Sciences Publications, Ltd
Neha R. Malhotra, Jessica D. Smith, Alexandra C. Jacobs, Cali E. Johnson, Uzer S. Khan, Halle B. Ellison, Benjamin J. Brintz, Morgan M. Millar, William G. Cloud, Jeffry Nahmias, et al.(2021). High value care education in general surgery residency programs: A multi-institutional needs assessment . The American Journal of Surgery. Elsevier {BV}
Jody R Reimer, Sharia M Ahmed, Benjamin Brintz, Rashmee U Shah, Lindsay T Keegan, Matthew J Ferrari, Daniel T Leung(2021). Using a clinical prediction rule to prioritize diagnostic testing leads to reduced transmission and hospital burden: A modeling example of early SARS-CoV-2 . Clinical Infectious Diseases. Oxford University Press ({OUP})
Ben J. Brintz, Matthew C. Freeman, Joel I. Howard, Benjamin Haaland, James A. Platts-Mills, Tom Greene, Adam C. Levine, Eric J. Nelson, Andrew T. Pavia, Karen L. Kotloff, et al.(2020). Clinical predictors for etiology of acute diarrhea in children in resource-limited settings . PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases. 14. (10). p. e0008677. Public Library of Science ({PLoS})
Ben Brintz, Claudio Fuentes, Lisa Madsen(2018). An asymptotic approximation to the N‐mixture model for the estimation of disease prevalence . Biometrics. Wiley
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Ben J. Brintz, Benjamin Haaland, Joel Howard, Dennis L. Chao, Joshua L. Proctor, Ashraful I. Khan, Sharia M. Ahmed, Lindsay T. Keegan, Tom Greene, Adama Mamby Keita, et al.(2020). A modular approach to integrating multiple data sources into real-time clinical prediction for pediatric diarrhea . Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Ben J. Brintz, Benjamin Haaland, Joel Howard, Dennis L. Chao, Joshua L. Proctor, Ashraful I. Khan, Sharia M. Ahmed, Lindsay T. Keegan, Tom Greene, Adama Mamby Keita, et al.(2020). A modular approach to integrating multiple data sources into real-time clinical prediction for pediatric diarrhea . Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Jody R. Reimer, Sharia M. Ahmed, Benjamin Brintz, Rashmee U. Shah, Lindsay T. Keegan, Matthew J. Ferrari, Daniel T. Leung(2020). Modeling reductions in SARS-CoV-2 transmission and hospital burden achieved by prioritizing testing using a clinical prediction rule . Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Jody R. Reimer, Sharia M. Ahmed, Benjamin Brintz, Rashmee U. Shah, Lindsay T. Keegan, Matthew J. Ferrari, Daniel T. Leung(2020). Modeling reductions in SARS-CoV-2 transmission and hospital burden achieved by prioritizing testing using a clinical prediction rule . Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory