Graduate Coursework, Biostatistics @
Boston University School of Medicine
As Principal Research Scientist, Dr. Lombardi research focuses on novel epidemiological approaches in Injury Epidemiology with a focus on the scientific study of sleep in humans and impact on safety. He obtained his Ph.D. in Epidemiology from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst (2001), his Ph.D. dissertation was the 1st case-crossover study in Occupational Epidemiology. His M.S.
As Principal Research Scientist, Dr. Lombardi research focuses on novel epidemiological approaches in Injury Epidemiology with a focus on the scientific study of sleep in humans and impact on safety. He obtained his Ph.D. in Epidemiology from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst (2001), his Ph.D. dissertation was the 1st case-crossover study in Occupational Epidemiology. His M.S. is in Biostatistics (1987) and B.A. in Social and Demographic Research (1984). In 2003, the Harvard School of Public Health appointed him as Course Director for Injury Epidemiology and Prevention (EH 282) and in 2012 as Co-Director of the Harvard Occupational Injury Prevention Training Program. He is also adjunct faculty at UMass-Amherst since 2001 in Epidemiology.
Dr. Lombardi is on the Editorial Advisory Board for several International scientific journals, Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health, Accident Analysis and Prevention, Injury Epidemiology, and Conference Papers in Science (Epidemiology). He is currently Principal Research Scientist at LMRIS and Co-Director of the HSPH Occupational Injury Prevention Program. For 9 years worked in the bio-pharmaceutical industry as Associate Director of Biostatistics at PAREXEL International Corp. and Hybridon, Inc., and Senior Biostatistician for the Clinical Trials Group of Abt Associates where he designed and analyzed clinical trials to evaluate the safety and efficacy of new drugs submitted for FDA. His scholarly published work in international journals has been cited over 2500 times and has his work presented at 70 scientific conferences. In 2002, elected into the Delta Omega National Public Health Honorary Society, received the 2006 CDC-NORA Partnering Award for Worker Health and Safety, and 2009 Best Paper Award from the journal Ergonomics, and was nominated for the prestigous CDC/ATSDR Shepard Science Award.
Specialties: Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Fatigue, Clinical Research, Occupational Injury, Study Design
Principal Research Scientist @ Develops and applies new and alternative epidemiological approaches (e.g., case-crossover designs) to studies in injury epidemiology. From May 1998 to Present (17 years 8 months) Co-Director, Harvard Occupational Injury Prevention Program @ Co-Director of the Harvard Occupational Injury Prevention Training Program (ERC) meets the need for the development of occupational injury research expertise to examine and prevent workplace injuries, Course Director, (EH282) Injury Epidemiology and Prevention From January 1998 to Present (18 years) Senior Biostatistician and Consultant @ As Senior Biostatistician II & Statistical Consultant at Abt Associates, I colloborated with with other biostatisticians, programmers, and clinical data managers in the design and analysis of clinical trials and epidemiologic studies, including a registry. My primary responsibilities were for the project management, experimental design, data analysis, reporting and SAS programming for studies. From 1995 to 1998 (3 years) Associate Director, Biostatistics @ As the Associate Director, Biostatistics and Statistical Programming at Hybridon, I was responsible for managing all biostatistical and statistical SAS programming support for a clinical research program of a novel anti-sense oligonucleotide, including Phase I/II trials on HIV. Responsibilities included oversight of sample size estimation, randomization, development of the statistical methods section, development of the integrated clinical/statistical analysis plan, and statistical analysis of clinical data using SAS for producing the statistical components for annual and interim reports submitted to the FDA. From 1994 to 1995 (1 year) Associate Director, Biostatistics @ Responsibilities included management of 10 direct reporting Biostatisticians (2 Ph.D., 6 Masters, and 2 BS) in the design, analysis, and reporting of Phase I/II/III FDA NDA submissions. From 1987 to 1994 (7 years)
PhD, Epidemiology @ University of Massachusetts, Amherst From 1996 to 2001 MS, Biostatistics @ University of Massachusetts, Amherst From 1985 to 1987 BA, Social and Demographic Research @ University of Massachusetts, Amherst From 1979 to 1984 David Ph.D. is skilled in: Epidemiology, SAS, Public Health, Biostatistics, Statistics, Data Management, Data Analysis, Clinical Research, Clinical Trials, SPSS, Research, Healthcare, Program Evaluation, Infectious Diseases, R