Honor Passow, PhD, MSME, PE
Research Project Director & Lecturer
- PhD, University of Michigan, Education
- MA, University of Michigan
- MS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Honor J. Passow supports the research of Dr. Julie Bynum using Medicare data on its own or in conjunction with survey data, such as the Nurses’ Health Study. Collaborations have included research on patient decision-making with Dr. Julie Bynum and on screening mammography with Dr. H. Gilbert Welch.
Honor teaches introductory “Biostatistics” (PH 212) in The Dartmouth Institute’s online MPH program and has previously co-taught several residential courses: “Epidemiology & Biostatistics” (PH 140), “Survey Research Methods: Primary and Secondary Data” (PH 122), and a technical writing workshop that was an optional component of “Inferential Methods” (PH 100).
Medical Decision Making, Oct. 8, 2013;doi: 10.1177/0272989X13508008: [Epub ahead of print] Quantifying the Benefits and Harms of Screening Mammography
JAMA Internal Medicine, Dec. 30, 2013; doi:10.1001/jamainternmed.2013.13635