Pamela Shaw

Pamela Shaw is Senior Investigator in the Biostatistics Unit at The Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute. She completed a BA in Mathematics and French at Grinnell College, and an MS in Mathematics and Ph.D. in Biostatistics at the University of Washington. Dr. Shaw’s statistical research interests include methodology to address covariate and outcome measurement error, survival analysis, and clinical trial design. She has a particular interest in the epidemiology of chronic diseases, behavioral intervention studies, and the use of biomarker studies to calibrate self-reported nutritional intake and physical-activity. Her methodological interests also include a focus on how to improve statistical inference by better tailoring the statistical test to the scientific question of interest. She recently co-authored the textbook Essentials of Probability Theory for Statisticians (CRC Press 2016).


May 20

Pamela Shaw joins the Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Group as a Senior Investigator in the Biostatistics Unit on June...... Read More


Talk at IBC 2022

July 11, 202212:00 am

Cautionary notes for regression analyses that use a predicted value as either an outcome or an exposure Joint talk with Laurence Freedman and Pamela Shaw as part of the Invited Session: "Prediction with Observational Data: A STRATOS Perspective"  ...


Talk at JSM 2022

August 7, 20228:30 am / 10:30 am

"Advantages of multi-wave, multi-frame sampling designs for analysis of error prone data from electronic health records" Talk  as part of the invited session: "Dealing with error-prone electronic health record data via validation sampling"...