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Benjamin Pollock, PhD, MSPH, CPH

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Benjamin Pollock, PhD, MSPH, CPH

Epidemiologist

About

Dr. Pollock is an Epidemiologist for the Epidemiology Department at Baylor Scott & White Health. He received his PhD with a focus on cardiovascular epidemiology at Tulane University. He received his Master's of Science in Public Health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, where he also received a certificate in Risk Sciences and Public Policy. He obtained a Bachelor's of Science degree in Biology from the University of Akron.

Dr. Pollock is PI on three funded projects seeking to form risk models to predict the utilization of blood transfusion after cardiovascular surgery. He previously completed the Epidemiology Department research internship, and has worked on data analysis and manuscript preparation for several of Dr. Filardo's funded research projects, including the multicenter NHLBI-funded R01 grant (1R01HL103683) studying new-onset atrial fibrillation after isolated CABG surgery and Gilead Sciences (IN-US-259-1332) investigating the effectiveness of ranolazine in reducing post-PCI hospital re-admission. He is skilled in data analysis, risk-adjustment, and statistical modeling.

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Research

Ongoing Research Support

2018 - present: Baylor Health Care System Foundation
2018 - present: Baylor Health Care System Foundation
2018 - present: Baylor Health Care System Foundation
2018 - present: NIH All of Us Research Program
2018 - present: Baylor Health Care System Foundation
2017 - present: All of Us Research Program
2014 - 2016: Gilead Sciences
2011 - 2016: NIH/National Heart Lung Blood Institute (R01HL103683)
2012 - 2016: Discovery Foundation
2014 - 2017: Baylor Foundation and Baylor Heart and Vascular Institute