Nicole Redmond, MD, PhD, MPH

Nicole Redmond, MD, PhD, MPH is a board-certified internal medicine physician who completed her MD/PhD in the Medical Scientist Training Program at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) in Charleston, South Carolina. Her initial interests were in neurobiology and she conducted research on GABA-a receptor expression in a mouse model for alcohol withdrawal. However, as she completed medical school she became more interested in health disparities and population medicine. She completed her internal medicine (primary care track) residency at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. She received her Masters in Public Health from Harvard School of Public Health as a part of her training in the Harvard Fellowships in General Internal Medicine and Primary Care at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Rebecca Campo, PhD

Rebecca Campo, PhD is a social-health psychologist with research interests in psychosocial determinants of chronic disease risk and prevention, health disparities, mHealth, and behavioral intervention clinical trials.

Song Yang, PhD

Song Yang, PhD is a Mathematical Statistician and Program Officer in the Office of Biostatistics Research at NHLBI.  His areas of research expertise include clinical trial methodology, time to event data analysis, semiparametric modeling and robust inference. He has worked on several large multi-center NHLBI-funded clinical trials, including AIM-HIGH, COPTR, CORAL, SPRINT, TAAG and TOPCAT. He is the Program Officer for the Summer Institutes in Biostatistics program which has been running since 2003 for the development of the next generation of biostatisticians.