Dr. Ghazarian is an expert in complex statistical analysis, study design and research methodology for medical and social sciences. At Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore she was an assistant professor of pediatrics and director of the BEAD (Biostatistics, Epidemiology And Data Management) Core that provides research support services to strengthen interdisciplinary research focused on improving the health of children, families and communities. She has supported research initiatives at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital since 2011, including currently serving as co-director of the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Clinical and Translational Research Training Track (formerly Designing Clinical Research Program). Most recently she was the senior statistician for a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study on teen dating violence. Dr. Ghazarian is also an adjunct faculty member in the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing's Department of Community and Public Health, providing expertise and guidance for funded research on child outcomes.
The Health Informatics Core at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital brings innovation in using electronic health data to provide high value care-achieving the best outcomes, ensuring the highest level of patient safety and lowering the cost of care. Experts in research methods, database design and integration, epidemiology and statistics will provide meaningful data analysis that improves care and increases understanding of children's illnesses.