Steve Gregorich (PhD) is an Adjunct Professor of Medicine at UCSF. He possesses eighteen years of collaborative experience in public health research targeting diverse populations in the U.S. and internationally. He has served as an investigator, principal statistician, and statistical mentor for more than sixty, largely federally funded centers, projects, and career development awards. Dr. Gregorich holds degrees from the University of Texas at Austin. He has leveraged his professional interests in research design, measurement, and applied statistics to focus on risk factors, prevention, and health behaviors via randomized trials, quasi-experiments, and longitudinal observation studies.
As Director of the Early Childhood Caries Collaborative Centers’ (EC4) Data Coordinating Center (DCC), which is housed at UCSF, Dr. Gregorich oversees a multidisciplinary team that is helping to collect and monitor information on multiple, randomized prevention trials focused on preventing early childhood tooth decay in high risk populations. The EC4 collaborative is funded by the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR) and is comprised of UCSF, Boston University, and the University of Colorado at Denver.
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