Mihriye Mete, PhD

Mihriye Mete, PhD, is the Biostatistics Manager in the Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology at MedStar Health Research Institute (MHRI) and an Adjunct Professor of Statistics and Research Methods at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies.

Dr. Mete, an expert in numerous statistical software applications and languages, including Stata, SPSS, R Language, and Mathematica, specializes in quantitative research methods and study design. With her interdisciplinary background, she is able to view clinical studies from the public health, policy, and socio-economic perspectives, among others, and incorporate the most appropriate and scientifically sound study design and data analysis approaches.

Dr. Mete has extensive collaboration experience and routinely assists researchers in the development and management of quantitative interdisciplinary research. Specifically, she develops proposals, analyzes data, and assists with manuscript preparation and submission. As a result of her reputation for designing scientifically sound studies and her ability to develop feasible specific aims, she often is asked to provide critical feedback as a reviewer for studies designed by other researchers.

Because of the collaborative nature of her work, she has experience working with numerous investigators across a broad range of disciplines and has co-authored several peer-reviewed manuscripts. Her work is widely published in journals, such as the Journal of the American Medical Association, the Journal of Diabetes and Its Complications, and the Journal of Traumatic Stress.

In addition to her research and management responsibilities, Dr. Mete serves as a consultant in econometric and demographic analysis and has worked for such notable organizations as the World Bank. Prior to joining MedStar, she held faculty positions at Michigan State University and the University of Georgia and was a visiting Assistant Professor at the Georgetown Public Policy Institute, where she taught courses in advanced statistical methods.

Dr. Mete earned a bachelor's degree in Management Engineering, with a specialization in Economics and Mathematics, from Istanbul Technical University and received a PhD in Political Science, with emphasis on statistical methods, from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. She has additional formal training in Bayesian analysis, Bootstrapping methods, and Epidemiology and is an active member of the American Statistical Association.  

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