Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Public Health from Emory University
Master of Public Health from Columbia University
Data Services, Quantitative Data, Qualitative Data, Mixed Methods
Dr. Halley Riley is a member of the Research Data Services Department with training in quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods research methodologies and has taught quantitative and qualitative data analysis methods as a teaching assistant, co-instructor, and independent graduate instructor. Through various fellowships, assistantships, and consulting work, Halley has supported several research projects related to sexual and reproductive health at Emory, Columbia, and for the World Health Organization and the CDC. Halley’s publications and presentations, numbering roughly 40 in total, range across various public health topics. Halley’s passion for overcoming cultural exclusion in the data field and developing culturally aware approaches to alleviating statistical anxiety, as well as her volunteer work with Fair Fight Action, illustrate a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Halley completed a year as a Data Services Fellow at the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS); this fellowship involved her leading workshops and offering one-on-one teaching of statistical methods and software.