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Anna Gonzales
Professional Summary

Accredited professional statistician of the American Statistical Association with over 30 years applied analytic and consulting experience in health services research, public health, and environmental science. Over 50 peer-reviewed publications and innumerable successful collaborations.
Retiring from the Federal government in May, 2016 and will be looking for challenging analytic and scientific projects to which I can contribute my statistical experience and expertise. Available on a part-time and contract basis. 

  • Statistical modeling and data analysis
  • Statistical consulting
  • SAS programming
  • R
  • Scientific writing and editing
  • Statistics instruction
Team Lead, Data Analysis and Survey Support Nov 2010Present US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Office on Smoking and Health Atlanta, GA

Managed a team of 10 statistical analysts. Supervised the design, conduct, and analysis of state-based youth and adult tobacco surveys. Mentored researchers and team on appropriate analytic techniques.  Edited and reviewed manuscripts and presentations for both scientific and statistical content.  Co-author on peer-reviewed scientific journal articles.  Contracting officer for 6 million dollar multi-task analytic contract. 

Lead Analyst and Project Manager Mar 2000Nov 2010 US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Division of Diabetes Translation Atlanta, GA

Managed the analysis and data management team for the Translating Research into Action for Diabetes (TRIAD) project, a nationwide multi-center study of 15,000 diabetes patients in managed care.   Served as the CDC representative to the TRIAD papers and publications committee, reviewing, editing, and providing feedback on all TRIAD papers and analyses.  Co-author and analyst on numerous peer-reviewed publications and presentations. Presented results to internal committees and at professional society meetings.


Provided technical guidance to the Pan American Health Organization and the World Health Organization on chronic disease surveys and analyses. Consulted and supported analyses for the first ever diabetes survey in Central America. Advised public health officials in the U.S. Virgin Islands on appropriate analytical techniques. 

Adjunct instructor Jan 1996Jun 2001 Emory University Atlanta, GA

Taught graduate level SAS programming and data analysis course for the Rollins School of Public Health.

Statistical Analyst Apr 1993Mar 2000 US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Public Health Practice Program Office Atlanta, GA

Conducted research on public health systems and the relationship between public health systems and health outcomes. Co-authored nearly one dozen publications, presentations, and a book chapter.   Advised national organizations on survey and statistical methods.  Designed a survey to establish a sampling frame for local health departments.  

Senior Consultant Sep 1986Apr 1994 ENVIRON International, Inc. Princeton, NJ

Compiled, managed, summarized, and analyzed field and laboratory data for over 100 remedial investigation sites. Analyzed groundwater monitoring data from 24 sites for a major pipeline corporation and developed a screening procedure to limit the number of constituents investigated. Determined appropriate cleanup levels based upon statistical characteristics of background measurements for a major industrial facility sited on a former landfill.  Defended results to a state environmental agency.  Built decision analysis and Monte Carlo risk assessment models. Instructed staff in programming and analysis.

Senior Environmental Consultant Jun 1984Jun 1986 SCI Data Systems Annapolis, MD

Analyst and co-author for a report on dissolved oxygen concentrations in Long Island Sound.  Designed database for Department of Defense environmental impact study.  Authored report to EPA demonstrating the frequency of stream low flow events based on recurrence intervals.  Coordinated a team of programmers in the acquisition conversion and analysis of historical estuarine data for EPA.  Analyzed impingement data for regional power company. Instructed DOD contract employees in advanced SAS skills.

Programmer Analyst Jan 1984Jun 1984 Clinical Computing Laboratory Charlottesvile, VA

Designed tumor registry for incorporation with major hospital database.  Co-authored article on microcomputer selection for the Journal of Infection Control.  Taught SAS short course to medical staff.

Research Assistant Sep 1981Dec 1983 Virginia State Climatology Office Charlottesville, VA Co-authored statistical study of thunder storm patterns published in Monthly Weather Review.  For the USDA, designed a computer program to predict forest pest outbreaks. Consultant and researcher for numerous, federal, state, and private contracts and grants.
Medicine Teacher Sep 1976Dec 1979 US Peace Corps Kathmandu

Served two years as a math/science teacher in an isolated mountain village. Established a school science center.  Invited and served a third year in an experimental university program as a lecturer in agricultural botany and zoology.

Master of Science : Environmental Sciences Dec 1983 University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA
Bachelor of Science : Biology\Chemistry May 1976 University of Miami Coral Gables, FL
Nepali, Spanish

1984-Present       American Statistical Association-Member

2000-Present       Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco-Member

1994-2000           Journal reviewer-Journal of Public Health Management and Practice

1994-Present       Journal reviewer-Public Health Reports

1994-Present       Journal reviewer-American Journal of Public Health

2000-Present       Journal reviewer-Diabetes Care

1996-Present       Membership Chair-Atlanta Area Returned Peace Corps Volunteers Association

1998-Present       Board member-America Nepal Medical Foundation

1998-Present       Advisor-Nepalese Association in Southeastern America


O'Halloran A, Hu S, Malarcher A, McMillen R, Valentine N, More MA, Reid JJ, Darling N, Gerzoff  RB. Responseorder effects in the Youth Tobacco Survey: Results of a split-ballot experiment. Survey Practice. 2014:7(3)1-15.


Pesko MF, Xu X, Tynan MA, Gerzoff  RB, Malarcher AM, Pechacek TF. Per-pack price reductions available from different cigarette purchasing strategies:United States, 2009-2010. Prev Med 2014:63(June)13-19.


Xu X, Pesko MF, Tynan MA, Gerzoff  RB, Malarcher AM, Pechacek TF. Cigarette price-minimization strategies by U.S. Smokers. Am J Prev Med 2013;44(5):472-476.


King BA, Babb SD, Tynan MA, Gerzoff  RB. National and State Estimates of Secondhand Smoke Infiltration among U.S. Multiunit Housing Residents. Nicotine & Tobacco Research 2013;15(7):1316-1321.


Lu S,  Beckles GL, Crosson J, Bilik D, Karter AJ, Gerzoff  RB, Lin Y,  Ross S,  etal. Evaluation of Risk Equations for Prediction of Short-Term Coronary Heart Disease Events in Patients with Long-Standing Type 2 Diabetes:  The Translating Research into Action for Diabetes (TRIAD) Study. BMC Endocrine Disorders: 2012 12:12.

Zhang P, Ackermann RT, Brown MB, Li R, Bilik D, Gerzoff, RB Herman WH. Health utility scores for people with Type 2 Diabetes in U.S. Mangaed Care Health Plans: Results from Translating Research into Action for Diabetes (TRIAD). Diabetes Care, 2012; 35:2250-2256.


Barcelo A, Gregg EW, Gerzoff  RB,Wong R, Flores EP, etal. Prevalence of Diabetes and Intermediate Hyperglycemia Among Adults from the First Multinational Study of Noncommunicable  Diseases in Six Central American Countries:The Central America Diabetes Initiative (CAMDI). Diabetes Care. 2012Apr;35(4):738-40.


Gong Q, Gregg EW, Wang J, Zhang P, Yang W, Li H, Jiang Y, Zhang B, Zhang J, Gerzoff RB, Roglic G, Hu Y, Li G, Bennett PH. Long-term effects of a randomised trial of a 6-year lifestyle intervention in impaired glucose tolerance on diabetes-related microvascular complications: the China Da Qing Diabetes Prevention Outcome Study. Diabetologia: 2011;54(2):300-307.


Barker L, Gerzoff RB, Crespo R, Shrewsberry. Age at diagnosis in Appalachia.  Population Health Metrics.2011:9:54.


Ross SV, Beckles GL, Gerzoff RB, Lu S, Crosson JC, Lasser NL, Karter AJ, Schneider SH, Waitzfelder B, Herman WH, Brown AF. Childhood socioeconomic position and 10-year myocardial infarction risk in diabetic adults [In review.]


Gong Q, Gregg EW, Wang J, Zhang , An Y, Zhang P,  Yang W, Li H, Jian Y, Shuai B, Zhang B, Gerzoff RB, Roglic G, Hu Y, Li G, Bennett PH. Long-term effects of a randomizedtrial of a 6-year lifestyle internvention in impaired glucose tolerance ondiabetes-related microvascular complications: the China Da Qing Diabetes Prevention Outcome Study.Diabetologia. 2011:54(2):300-307.


Waitzfelder B, Gerzoff RB, Karter AJ, Crystal S, Bair MJ, Ettner SL, Brown AF, Subramanian U, Lu S, Marrero D, Herman WH, Selby JV, Dudley RA. Correlates of depression among people with diabetes: The TranslatingResearch Into Action forDiabetes (TRIAD) study. Care Diab. Dec;4(4)215-22.


Burrows NR, Hora I, Gerzoff RB, Geiss LS.  Incidence of end-stage renal disease attributed to diabetes among persons with diagnosed diabetes – United States and Puerto Rico, 1996-2007. MMWR. 2010:59(42);1361-1366.


Tseng CW, Waitzfelder BE,Tierney EF, Gerzoff RB, Marrero DG, Piette JD, Karter AJ, Curb DJ, Chung R, Mangione CM, Crosson JC, Dudley RA. Patients' willingness to discuss trade-offs to lower their out-of-pocket drug costs. Arch Intern Med.2010:170(16):1501-1502.


Barker L, Crespo R, Gerzoff RB, Denham S, Shrewsberry M, Cornelius-Averhart D. Residence in a distressed county in Appalachia as a risk factor for diabetes, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, 2006-2007. Prev Chronic Dis 2010;7(5).


              Gregg EW, Karter AJ, Gerzoff RB, Safford M, Brown A, Tseng CW, Waitzfelder B, Herman W, Mangione CM, Selby J, Thompson T, Dudley A. Characteristics of insured patients with persistent gaps in diabetes care services: the Translating Research into Action for Diabetes (TRIAD) study.  Medical Care.2010;48(1):31-37.

              Kim C, Tierney EF, Herman WH,Mangione CM, Narayan KM, Gerzoff RB, Bilik D, Ettner SL. Physician perception of reimbursement for outpatient procedures among managed carep atients with diabetes mellitus. Am J Manag Care. 2009;15(1):32-8.

Guangwei L, Zhang P, Wang J, Gregg EW, Yang W, Gong Q,  Li H, Jiang Y, An Y, Shuai Y, Bo Zhang, ZhangJ, Thompson TJ, Gerzoff RB, Roglic G, Hu Y, Bennett PH. The long-term effect of lifestyle interventions to prevent diabetes in the China Da Qing Diabetes Prevention Study: A 20-year follow-up study. The Lancet. 2008;371(9626): 1783-1789.


Duru OK, Gerzoff RB, Selby JV, Brown AF, Ackermann RT, Karter AJ, Ross S, Steers N, Herman WH, Waitzfelder B, Mangione CM. Identifying risk factors for racial disparities in diabetes outcomes: The Translating Research into Action for Diabetes Study (TRIAD). Medical Care.2009;47(6):700-705.


Tseng CW, Karter AJ, Tierney EF, Piette J, Gerzoff RB, Crosson JC, Dudley RA, Ngo-Metzger Q, Waitzfelder B, Chung R, Ackermann RT, Mangione CM. Race/Ethnicity and Economic Differences in Cost-Related Mediation Underuse Among Insured Adults with Diabetes: The Translating Research in Action for Diabetes (TRIAD) Study.  Diabetes Care,2008:31(2)261-266.


Duru OK, Gerzoff RB, Brown AF, Karter AJ, Kim C, Kountz D, Narayan KMV, Schneider SH, Tseng CW, Waitzfelder B, Mangione CM.  Predictors of sustained walking among diabetes patients in managed care: The Translating Research into Action for Diabetes (TRIAD) Study.  J Gen Intern Med.  2008;23(8):1194-99.

Gary TL, Safford MM, Gerzoff RB, Ettner SL, Karter AJ, Beckles GL, Brown AF. Perception of neighborhood problems, health behaviors and diabetes outcomes among adults with diabetes in managed care: The Translating Research into Action for Diabetes (TRIAD) study. Diabetes Care.



Selby JV, Mangione CM, Gerzoff RB.Improving the management of chronic disease. New England Journal of Medicine.2007;56(23):2422-4.


Selby JV, Swain B, Gerzoff RB,  Karter A, Waitzfelder B, Brown A, Ackermann R,  Duru O, Ferrara A, Herman W, Marrero D, Caputo D, Narayan K. Understanding the gap between good processes of diabetes care and poor intermediate outcomes: Translating Research Into Action for Diabetes (TRIAD). Medical Care. 2007;45(12):1144-1154.


Mangione CM, Gerzoff RB, Williamson DF, Steers WN, Kerr EA, Brown AF,Waitzfelder BE, Marrero DG, Dudley RA, Kim C, Herman W, Thompson TJ, Safford MM, Selby JV, TRIAD Study Group.  The association between quality of care and the intensity of diabetes disease management programs. Ann Intern Med. 2006; 145(2):107-16.

Duru OK, Mangione CM, Steers NW, Herman WH, Karter AJ, Kountz D, Marrero DG, Safford MM, Waitzfelder B, Gerzoff RB, Huh S, Brown AF, and the TRIAD Study Group The association between clinical care strategies and the attenuation of racial/ethnic disparities in diabetes care: the Translating Research Into Action for Diabetes (TRIAD) Study. Med Care. 2006;44:1121–1128.


Kim C, McEwen LN, Gerzoff RB, Marrero DG, Mangione CM, Selby JV, Herman WH.  Is physician gender associated with the quality of diabetes care? Diabetes Care. 2005;28(7):1594-8.


Barker LE, Smith PJ, Gerzoff RB, Luman ET, McCauley MM, Strine TW. Ranking states' immunization coverage: An example from the National Immunization Survey. Statistics in Medicine.2005;24(4):605-13.


Kim C, Ferrara A, McEwen LN, Marrero DG, Gerzoff RB, Herman WH, TRIAD Study Group. Preconception care in managed care: The Translating Research into Action for Diabetes study. American Journal of Obstetrics &Gynecology. 2005;192(1):227-32.


Kerr EA, Gerzoff RB, Krein SL, Selby JV, Piette JD, Curb JD, Herman WH, Marrero DG, Narayan KM, Safford MM, Thompson T, Mangione CM. Diabetes care quality in the Veterans Affairs health care system and commercial managed care: The TRIAD study. Annals of Internal Medicine. 2004;141(4):272-81.


Gregg EW, Gerzoff RB, Thompson TJ, Williamson DF. Trying to lose weight, losing weight, and 9-year mortality in overweight U.S. adults with diabetes. Diabetes Care. 2004;27(3):657-62.


Brown AF, Gerzoff RB, Karter AJ, Gregg E, Safford M, Waitzfelder B, Beckles GL, Brusuelas R, Mangione CM, TRIAD Study Group. Health behaviors and quality of care among Latinos with diabetes in managed care. American Journal of Public Health. 2003;93(10):1694-8.


Thurland A, Mukhtar Q, Gerzoff RB, Tierney E, Beckles G. Prevalence of Diabetes – U.S. Virgin Islands, 1999-2001. MMWR.2003;52(27):637-639.


Gregg EW, Gerzoff RB, Caspersen CJ, Williamson DF, Narayan KM. Relationship of walking to mortality among US adults with diabetes. Archives of Internal Medicine. 2003;163(12):1440-7.


Gregg EW, Gerzoff RB, Thompson TJ, Williamson DF. Intentional weight loss and death inoverweight and obese U.S. adults 35 years of age and older. Annals of Internal Medicine. 2003;138(5):383-9.


Gerzoff RB, Williamson GD. Who's number one? The impact of variability on rankings based on public health indicators. Public Health Reports. 2001;116(2):158-64.


Gerzoff RB, Gebbie K. The Public Health Workforce.In: Public Health Administration: Organization and Strategy for Population Based Management. 2001. Gaithersburg, MD: AspenPublishers.


Gerzoff RB. Recent data are needed to support public health training and workforce initiatives. American Journal of Public Health. 2000:90(5):809-10.


Gerzoff RB, Brown CK, Baker EL. Full-time employees of U.S. local health departments, 1992-1993. Journal of Public Health Management & Practice. 1999;5(3):1-9.


Gerzoff RB. The use of scaling techniques to analyze local health department staffing structures.  Proceedings of the Joint Statistical Meetings, American Statistical Association. Aug 1998.


Gerzoff RB, Richards TB. The education of local health department top executives. Journal of Public Health Management & Practice. 1997;3(4):50-6.


Gerzoff RB. Comparisons: The basis for measuring public health performance. Journal of Public Health Management & Practice. 1997;3(5):20-1.


Gordon RL, Gerzoff RB, Richards TB. Determinants of US local health department expenditures, 1992 through 1993.American Journal of Public Health. 1997;87(1):91-5.


CDC. Estimated expenditures for essential public health services - selected states, fiscal year 1995. MMWR. 1997; 46(7):150-152.


Gerzoff RB, Gordon RL, Richards TB. Recent changes in local health department spending. Journal of Public Health Policy. 1996;17(2):170-80.


CDC. CDC's National profile of local boards of health, September 1997.  MMWR 1997; 47(27):573-574.


CDC. Estimated expenditures for core public health functions - selected states, October 1992-September1993.  MMWR. 1995;44(22):421&427-429.


Gerzoff RB. Assessing the efficiency of local health departments using data envelopment analysis.  International Conference on Health PolicyResearch, Methodologic Issues in Health Services Outcomes Research. Boston: Feb 1995.


Parker CRJ, Gerzoff RB.  A Historical Perspective: Dissolved Oxygen Concentrations in Long Island Sound, Bethesda: National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration. 1986.


Barr RL, Gerzoff RB. Controlling urges and infections--computer system design for epidemiology. Infection Control.1985;6(8):317-22.


Michaels PJ, Gerzoff RB. Statistical relations between summer thunderstorm patterns and continental midtropospheric heights.Monthly Weather Review. 1983;112:778-89.


Major Pro Bono Collaborations:


Zimmerman M, Shah S, Shakya R, Chansi BS, Shah K, Munday D, Eyal N, Hayes B. A staff support programme for rural hospitals in Nepal.  Bulletin of the World Health Organization. 2016;94:65-70.


Zimmerman M, Shakya R, Pokhrel BM, Eyal N, Rijal BP, Shrestha RN, Sayami A. Medical students' characteristics as predictors of career practice location: Retrospective cohort study tracking graduates of Nepal's first medical college. BMJ, 2012; 14 Aug; 345:e4826.


Fenton PM, Reynolds F.  Life-saving or ineffective?  An observational study of the use of cricoid pressure and maternal outcome in an African setting.International Journal of Obstetric Anesthesia, 2009 Apr;18(2):106-10.

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Previous Companies:

  • US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Office on Smoking and Health
  • Division of Diabetes Translation

Previous Job Positions:

  • Team Lead
  • Data Analysis and Survey Support
  • Lead Analyst and Project Manager
  • Adjunct instructor
  • Statistical Analyst


  • University of Virginia
  • University of Miami

Level of Education:

  • Master of Science
  • Bachelor of Science

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