Principal Investigator, DPP Biostatistics Research and Coordinating Center
Asst Research Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Milken Institute School of Public Health and Health Services
The George Washington University
Ella Temprosa is an Assistant Research Professor at the Milken Institute School of Public Health at George Washington University. She received her PhD in Biostatistics from George Washington University and her undergraduate study at Rutgers University with a double major in Ancient Greek and Latin and Statistics. She has worked on multi-center clinical trials for 21 years at the Biostatistics Center, a research center at George Washington University. She is the Principal Investigator at the Biostatistics Research and Coordinating Center for the National Institutes of Health sponsored landmark study, Diabetes Prevention Program. Dr. Temprosa’s research interests include various aspects of clinical trial design, conduct and analyses as well as data visualization, longitudinal data analysis and missingness. Throughout her research career, she continues to enjoy the confluence of the technical, scientific, and public health aspects of collaborative studies in the areas of diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer, and obesity focusing on novel markers of these disease such as lipid subfractions, inflammation, endothelial dysfunction and metabolomics.