Lloyd A. Mancl is the Principal Investigator of the Statistics & Data Coordinating Center of the Center and is a member of the Data Coordinating Center of Northwest PRECEDENT, a practice-based research network of general dentist performing a wide variety of oral health research studies in diverse practice settings across a five-state region covering Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah and Washington. He is Research Associate Professor of Dental Public Health Sciences and Adjunct Research Associate Professor of both Pediatric Dentistry and Biostatistics in the School of Public Health.
Dr. Mancl received his BA in Mathematics & Philosophy in 1985 from Pomona College and his MS (1988) and his PhD (1992), both in Biostatistics, from the University of Washington.
Dr. Mancl serves as the biostatistician on several other NIH funded research projects, which are assessing variations in TMD pain in women menstrual cycle, testing the efficacy of a targeted cognitive behavioral therapy on controlling cyclic TMD pain, and developing quantitative sensory testing for chronic persistent orofacial pain. His other research interests are in statistical methods for dental research, with an emphasis on longitudinal and correlated data and methods for TMD, caries, and periodontal disease data.
Lloyd A. Mancl, PhD
Research Associate Professor
Dental Public Health Sciences
Northwest Center to Reduce Oral Health Disparities
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University of Washington
Seattle WA 98195
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