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Fred received his PhD in Biostatistics from Harvard University, where he developed methods for modelling and performing quantitative risk assessment on hierarchical outcomes in developmental toxicity assays. He joined Dr. Mozaffarian’s group in 2014 as a Research Analyst-Statistician, and is currently working on developing a Bayesian hierarchical model to impute means of dietary and nutritional factors for the Global Dietary Database. He also works on comparative risk assessment studies of US mortality attributable to dietary factors.