Meike Niederhausen is an Assistant Professor in the School of Public Health in the Biostatistics programs. Dr. Niederhausen teaches BSTA 550, “Introduction to Probability” to graduate level students and has an extensive background as a biostatistician in the School and beyond. For over ten years, she has been committed to teaching, research, and service by supporting research with study design, grant preparation, data management, statistical analyses, and manuscript review/preparation. She has also been lead on publications and grants.
A large part of Dr. Niederhausen’s research has focused on analyzing data from wearable activity trackers; on a series of projects investigating the effects of altering levothyroxine (L-T4) doses in hypothyroid subjects on quality of life, mood, cognition, energy expenditure, and body composition; and using machine learning methods to investigate the effects of alcohol, nicotine, and methamphetamine on decision-making and neural connectivity using functional MRI data.
B.A., New College of Florida, 1998
M.S., Purdue University, 2004
Ph.D., Purdue University, 2005