Jason Fletcher

Senior Biostatistician

1 212 998 5401

433 First Avenue
Room 735
New York, NY 10010
United States

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Professional overview

Jason Fletcher, PhD is a quantitative researcher with more than 15 years of experience conducting evaluation research in the fields of community and public health. His methodological interests include item-response theory, differential item analysis, multilevel modeling and analysis of longitudinal data. His substantive interests include health disparities and chronic disease.

PhD, 2008, Psychometrics, Fordham University
MS, 2004, Quantitative Research Methods, Southern Connecticut State University
MA, 2000, Psychometrics, Fordham University
BA, 1997, Psychology, Western Connecticut State University
Professional membership
American Statistical Association

Glycemic Status and Infection Risk in Nondiabetic Autologous Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation Recipients.

Hammer, M., Melkus, G., Knobf, M.T., Caspar, C., Fletcher, J., & Cleland, C. (2016). Biological Research for Nursing, 18, (344-350).

A Web- and Mobile-Based Intervention for Women Treated for Breast Cancer to Manage Chronic Pain and Symptoms Related to Lymphedema: Randomized Clinical Trial Rationale and Protocol.

Fu, M.R., Axelrod, D., Guth, A., Scagliola, J., Rampertaap, K., El-Shammaa, N., Fletcher, J., Zhang,
Y., Qiu, J.M., Schnabel, F., Hiotis, K., Wang, Y., & Melkus, G.D.,
(2015). JMIR Research Protocols 5, (1-16). 10.2196

Maintaining pre-surgery weight in the first year of breast cancer treatment: A prospective study.

Qui, J.M., Fu, M., Axelrod, D., Guth, A., Fletcher, J., Scagliola, J., Kleinman, R., Prego, K.,
Jaravata, J., Ryan, C., Melkus, G.D., & Haber, J.,
(2015). LymphLink 28, (10-12).

PETS-D (Parent Education Through Simulation-Diabetes):Impact on diabete management outcomes.

Sullivan-Bolyai, S., Crawford, S., Bova, C., Lee, M., Quintos, JB., Johnson, K., Cullen, K.,
Hamm, T., Bisordi, J., Ramchandani, N., Fletcher, J., Quinn, D., Jaffarian, C.,
Lipman, T., & Melkus. G.
(2015). Diabetes Educator 41, (537-549). 10.1177/0145721715598383

Effect of primary care intervention on breastfeeding duration and intensity.

Bonuck, K., Stuebe, A., Barnett, J., Labbok, M. H., Fletcher, J., & Bernstein, P. S. (2014). American journal of public health 104 Suppl 1, (S119-27). 10.2105/AJPH.2013.301360

We determined the effectiveness of primary care-based, and pre- and postnatal interventions to increase breastfeeding.

Teaching family in family medicine residency programs: results of a national survey

Korin, E.C., Odom, A.J., Newman, A.K., Fletcher, J., Lechuga, C., & McKee, M.D. (2014). Family Medicine (46, 209-214).