Angie Mae Rodday, PhD, MS

Associate Director, CTS Graduate Program; Assistant Professor
Tufts CTSI; Institute for Clinical Research and Health Policy Studies

Dr. Rodday has led or collaborated on research projects in a variety of different areas, including identifying pain trajectories in sickle cell disease, understanding treatment and outcomes among patients with hematological cancers, measuring cholesterol screening and treatment practices and preference among pediatricians, measuring and linking health-related quality of life to clinical outcomes, and evaluating care and outcomes for children with chronic respiratory failure. She is especially interested in research and methods that utilize observational datasets to understand access to treatment and care among patients with cancer. Dr. Rodday also enjoys teaching biostatistics within the CTS Graduate Program. She looks forward to expanding her network of collaborators at Tufts and beyond.