Miguel Marino, PhD

Miguel Marino, PhD, joined the Department of Family Medicine in 2012 and holds a joint appointment in the Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Division of Biostatistics at OHSU. His applied research includes: development of a cardiometabolic risk score using Framingham data; assessing a Medicaid randomized insurance experiment with community clinics; examining how changing patterns of family health insurance affect children’s health insurance stability and utilization of healthcare services; study of the effect of a workplace intervention on sleep and cardiometabolic outcomes. His education includes: Yerby Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard School of Public Health (2012); PhD in Biostatistics, Harvard University (2011); AM in Biostatistics, Harvard University (2008); MS in Biostatistics, UCLA (2006); and a BS in Mathematics/Applied Science, UCLA (2004).  Dr. Marino currently serves as the statistical editor for the Annals of Family Medicine Journal. For more information and research resources, please visit miguelmarino.com. Email Miguel Marino, PhD.

Areas of Research

Statistical analysis of high-dimensional correlated data; longitudinal, multilevel and clustered data; validation of new instruments; risk prediction models; multivariate data; analysis of large medical data including electronic health records.

Recent Publications

DeVoe J, Marino M , Angier H, O'Malley J, Crawford C, Nelson C, Tillotson C, Bailey S, Gallia C, Smith J, Gold R. (2014) Expanding Medicaid for Parents Positively Affects Children's Health Insurance Coverage: Lessons from the Oregon Experiment Randomized Trial. In press: JAMA Peds.

Marino M, Li Y, Pencina MJ, D'Agostino RB, Berkman L, Buxton O. (2014) Quantifying Cardiometabolic Risk Burden Using Modifiable Non-self-reported Risk Factors. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 47(2):131-140

Angier H, Hoopes M, Gold R, Bailey S, Cottrell E, Heintzman J, Marino M, DeVoe J. (2014) An Early Look at Rates of Uninsured Safety Net Clinic Visits After the Affordable Care Act. In press: Annals of Family Medicine.

Heintzman J, Marino M, Hoopes M, Bailey S, Gold R, Crawford C, Cowburn S, O'Malley J, Nelson C, DeVoe J. (2014) Using Electronic Health Record Data to Evaluate Preventive Service Utilization Among Uninsured Safety Net Patients. Preventive Medicine. 67:306-310.

Bailey, SR, O'Malley JP, Gold R, Heintzman J, Marino M, DeVoe J. (2014) Receipt of diabetes preventive services differs by insurance status at primary care visit. In press: American Journal of Preventive Medicine.