Jennifer Homa, MS

Biostatistician


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Aurora Research Institute
3189 Voyager Drive
Green Bay, WI 54311

Biostatistician Jennifer Homa

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Overview

As a biostatistician, Ms. Homa collaborates with investigators at Aurora BayCare Medical Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin, supporting a variety of medical research projects. She is focused on physical medicine and rehabilitation, women’s health, and cardiovascular intervention studies. More broadly, Ms. Homa is interested in a biopsychosocial approach to research, taking into account biological, psychological and social factors to understand health, well-being and illness.

Ms. Homa’s expertise in study design, quantitative research methods and statistical analysis for quality improvement and research projects allows her to contribute to studies that improve patient experience, patient health and health care costs.

Education

Master of Science, Psychology, Psychological Research
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh

Bachelor of Science
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Professional highlights

Certified Clinical Research Professional, 2016

CEO Impact Award recipient, Aurora BayCare Medical Center, 2016

Ad-hoc reviewer, Journal of Relationships Research, 2014-present

Served as a statistical consultant for an Association for Institutional Research grant exploring how studying abroad relates to student success, degree attainment and time-to-degree, 2012-2013

Publications

Chow CM, Homa JK, Amersdorfer A. Gender Differences in Sleep Problems: The Mediating Role of Co-Rumination and Depressive Symptoms. Personality and Individual Differences. 2017;108:10-13. 

Homa JK, Chow CM. Effects of Attachment Representations, Rumination, and Trait Depression on Co-Rumination in Friendships: A Dyadic Analysis. Journal of Relationships Research. 2014;5(e10):1-14.

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