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Angie Mae Rodday, PhD, MS
Department + Services
Medicine, Institute for Clinical Research and Health Policy Studies
Clinical Focus Areas
Design and analysis of health services and patient-reported outcomes research
Research Focus Areas
Biostatistics, Health Services Research, Oncology
|Training + Education
Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health; Tufts University Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences
2015, Tufts Breast Cancer Training Program to Reduce Asian Health Disparities, Susan G. Komen Graduate Training in Disparities Research Program
2014, Norman G and Susan I Krinsky Award for Excellence in Basic Science Teaching Award, Tufts University Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences
2013-2015, Health Outcomes Award, PhRMA Foundation Pre-Doctoral Fellowship
1.Kumar AJ, Henzer T, Rodday AM, Parsons SK. Chemotherapy is Administered to a Minority of Hospitalization patients with Diffuse Large B-cell Lymphoma and is Associated with less Likelihood of Dying During Hospitalization. Cancer Epidemiology. 2018; 53: 137-140.
2.Rodday AM, Graham RJ, Weidner, RA, Terrin N, Leslie LK, Parsons SK. Predicting Healthcare Utilization for Children with Respiratory Insufficiency using Parent-proxy Ratings of Children’s Health-related Quality of Life. Journal of Pediatric Health Care. 2017; 31(6):654-622.
3.Rodday AM, Graham RJ, Weidner RA, Rothrock NE, Dewalt DA, Parsons SK. Leveraging Pediatric PROMIS Item Banks to Assess Physical Functioning in Children at Risk for Severe Functional Loss. Journal of Patient Reported Outcome. 2017; 1:10.
4.Rodday AM, Terrin N, Leslie LK, Graham RJ, Parsons SK. Understanding the Relationship Between Child Health-Related Quality of Life and Parent Emotional Functioning in Pediatric Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant. Journal of Pediatric Psychology. 2017; 42(7):804-814.
5.De Ferranti SD, Rodday AM, Mendelson MM, Wong JB, Leslie LK, Sheldrick RS. The Prevalence of Familial Hypercholesterolemia in the 1999-2012 United States National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES). Circulation. 2016; 133(11):1067-1072.
6.Rodday AM, Parsons SK, Snyder F, Simon MA, Llanos AAM, Warren-Mears V, Dudley D, Lee J, Patierno SR, Markossian TW, Sanders M, Whitley E, Freund KM. Impact of Patient Navigation in Eliminating Economic Disparities in Cancer Care. Cancer. 2015; 121(22):4025-4034.
7.Rodday AM, Parsons SK, Mankiw C, Correll CU, Robb AS, Zima BT, Saunders TS, Leslie LK. Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists’ Reported Monitoring Behaviors for Second-Generation Antipsychotics. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology. 2015; 25(4):351-361.
8.Rodday AM, Terrin N, Parsons SK. Measuring Global Health-Related Quality of Life in Children Undergoing Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant: A Longitudinal Study. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes. 2013; 11:26.
9.Rodday AM, Pedowitz E, Mayer DK, Ratichek SJ, Given CW, Parsons SK on behalf of the HSCT-CHESS Study. Parental caregiving of children prior to hematopoietic stem cell transplant. Research in Nursing and Health. 2012; 35(4):328-339.
10.Rodday AM, Triedman JK, Alexander ME, Cohen JT, Ip S, Newburger JW, Parsons SK, Trikalinos TA, Wong JB, Leslie LK. Electrocardiogram Screening for Disorders That Cause Sudden Cardiac Death in Asymptomatic Children: A Meta-Analysis. Pediatrics. 2012; 129(4): e999-e1010.
Angie Mae Rodday, PhD, MS, is Researcher and Assistant Professor who joined The Center for Health Solutions (formerly The Health Institute) in the Institute for Clinical Research and Health Policy Studies at Tufts Medical Center in 2004. Dr. Rodday earner her PhD in Clinical and Translational Science Program at Tufts University Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences. Dr. Rodday also has an MS in biostatistics from the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health and a BA in psychology from Tufts University. Dr. Rodday’s research interests include the design and analysis of health services and patient-reported outcomes research. She has worked on studies that evaluated the health-related quality of life of patients with different medical conditions, analyzed large existing databases to understand disease prevalence and practice patterns, and conducted comparative effectiveness analyses of different clinical guidelines. Dr. Rodday is also involved in teaching biostatistics and statistical computing at Tufts University Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences.
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