Born in New Zealand, Dr. Singh completed his undergraduate work at University of California, Los Angeles and doctoral training in epidemiology at Loma Linda University. During the past decade, his research has focused on the study and measurement of lifestyle exposures (diet, tobacco, physical activity) in population-based studies in the U.S. and Asia. He has authored or co-authored numerous reports in peer-reviewed scientific journals and has been a PI or co-I on grants from the NIH, DHHS, and ASPH. He has over 25 years experience in analyzing biomedical data. (Recent Work).
David Juma is the consulting coordinator at the Research Consulting Group. He has his Masters in Research Epidemiology and Biostatistics from Loma Linda University and his Bachelor of Science in Biology from University of California, San Diego. He has expertise in statistical modeling, analysis, database management, and department coordination of projects. He oversees and triages all projects that are conducted by RCG.
Dave Shavlik holds a master’s degree in biostatistics and is a doctoral candidate in epidemiology. His research has focused on spatial models of air pollution. He has over 20 years of experience in statistical programming and data management on federally funded biomedical research projects at LLUH. He will provide oversight and guidance to the analysts in the area of biostatistics and epidemiology.
Dr. Smith is an Assistant Professor of Environmental Health and an Assistant Professor of Preventive Medicine with the Loma Linda School of Medicine. He specializes in Environmental and Occupational Toxicology, Exposure Assessment and Geoinformatics (GIS). Dr. Smith has extensive experience in the private and public sectors in GIS and Environmental Risk Assessment. He holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Biology and Psychology from the University of Oregon at Eugene and a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Toxicology and Pharmacology from the University of Texas at Austin, College of Pharmacy.
Dr. Gleason hails from New England, where he earned his BS in psychology from Atlantic Union College in 2003. More recently, he has be awarded a MA in Experimental Psychology from Loma Linda University in 2009, and his PhD in Clinical Psychology in 2011. Dr. Gleason has distinguished himself through years of clinical work in a variety of settings, including substance abuse hospitals, non-public special education schools, the LLU Children’s Hospital, neuropsychological assessment clinics, and others. Dr. Gleason’s research interests include high-risk behaviors, perceptions toward quality of care, adolescent populations, adverse childhood experiences, addictive behaviors, automatic behaviors, learning disabilities, and relationship dynamics.