Seattle Epidemiologic Research and Information Center (ERIC)
Anna Korpak, PhD, is the Lead Biostatistician at the Seattle ERIC. Her analytic career in observational and clinical trials research spans over 15 years in a variety of settings, including ICU pulmonology, dentistry, and geriatric care. She completed her doctorate in Biostatistics at the University of Washington School of Public Health in 2016. Her current work involves collaborating with investigators, data managers, and fellow statisticians to plan, analyze, and report results for studies with the Seattle ERIC. Dr. Korpak joined the ERIC in April 2017.
Aaron Baraff, MS, is a biostatistician at the Seattle ERIC. Aaron received his MS in Statistics at Portland State University in 2010 and is a PhD candidate in Statistics at the University of Washington. His responsibilities include assisting with research involving the Vietnam-Era Twin (VET) Registry and CSP #595: Service and Health during the Iraq and Afghanistan Era, as well as collaborating with investigators and data managers in the design, analysis, and reporting of other studies with the Seattle ERIC. Aaron joined the ERIC in March 2019.
Chris Forsberg, MS, is a biostatistician at the Seattle ERIC. His current work involves collaborating with investigators and staff to design and conduct analyses, identifying data and statistical methods necessary to support ongoing and future research projects, and preparing scientific manuscripts and reports. Chris joined the Seattle ERIC in October 2007.
Andrew K. Timmons, MS, is a biostatistician at the Seattle ERIC. Andrew received his MS in Biostatistics from the University of Minnesota School of Public Health in 2016. His primary role is to provide statistical support for CSP #595: Service and Health during the Iraq and Afghanistan Era, but also works with investigators, data managers, and study teams inside and outside the ERIC in all stages of design and analysis. Andrew joined the ERIC in April 2017.