Taylor Krajewski, MA
Taylor Krajewski, MA, is a Ph.D. candidate in the Biostatistics Department at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health. Before coming to UNC, she served as a mathematics teacher and the mathematics department chair at a high school in the Philadelphia, Pa., area.
Taylor’s applied work focuses on improving access to care and targeting therapies for infectious diseases, primarily HIV/AIDS and COVID-19. Through her work with the Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) Biostatistics Core at UNC, she provides biostatistical support to CFAR researchers at the early and late stages of their research efforts. This involves assisting with the framing of hypotheses and development of study designs, as well as selecting statistical methods, grant renewals and manuscript preparation. Methodologically, her research focuses on methods in causal inference, particularly causal inference in the presence of interference.
She received her Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and her Master of Arts in Mathematics Education from the University of Pittsburgh. She teaches SPHG711 – Data Analysis for Public Health.