Dr. Kelly Bakulski, Data Management and Statistical Core Leader was promoted to Associate Professor of Epidemiology with tenure at the U-M Board of Regents meeting on May 18.
Dr. Bakulski studies the environmental and genetic etiology of neurological disorders using molecular epidemiology and toxicology approaches.
Her goal is to understand the environmental and genetic etiologies of neurological disorders, and in the process promote the conduct of rigorous science and the development of scientific expertise.
As part of the Data Management and Statistical Core, she oversees the data management and statistical analysis from the U-M Memory and Aging Project and supported research studies, including data privacy and data sharing with the National Alzheimer’s Coordinating Center.
“I am really grateful for the support of my mentors, trainees, and colleagues who helped make this happen. Going forward, I’m thrilled to be able to take this next career step and increase the public health impact of our work at the MADRC” says Bakulski.
Congratulations, Dr. Bakulski on this achievement!
Watch the University of Michigan Regents Meeting here.