Zachary Fisher

Zachary Fisher

Assistant Professor of Human Development and Family Studies

C-SoDA Faculty Affiliate

205 Health and Human Development

Education:

  1. M.S., 2014, Applied Statistics, Columbia University
  2. Ph.D., 2019, Quantitative Psychology, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Biography:

Broadly, my research is focused on methods development for complex time-dependent processes. My current interests lie at the intersection of time-varying measures of physiology and behavior, intensive longitudinal data (ILD), the joint modeling of behavioral and biological data, time-varying parameter models, the synthesis of multi-way data (e.g. cross-sectional and time-series), and statistical programming.