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Professor of Psychiatry
Research Professor of Biostatistics
University of North
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
Medical School Wing B
Robert M. Hamer, Ph.D.
received his Ph.D. degree from the University
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Quantitative Psychology (Behavioral
Statistics) in 1979. After a postdoctoral fellowship in Bayesian Statistics
at the University of Iowa, with Melvin Novick, Ph.D., he joined the
faculty of Virginia
(Medical College of Virginia), with joint appointments in Psychiatry and
Biostatistics, in December, 1979 as an Assistant Professor. He was promoted
to Associate Professor with tenure in 1985.
In 1991, while on educational leave from
VCU he became Visiting Associate Professor in the Department of
University. In 1994, he
joined the faculty in the Department of Psychiatry, Robert
in Piscataway NJ.
In 2001, he joined the faculty at the University of North
Carolina, with appointments in the School
of Medicine (Psychiatry) and the School of Public Health (Biostatistics).
He served one term on the US FDA
Psychopharmacology Drugs Advisory Committee, from 1988 to 1992, and is served
a second term from 1999 to 2002 on the same advisory committee. He has served
on many NIH study sections, and currently serves on an NIMH standing study
section, ITMA (formerly ITV). He consults for the FDA, multiple
pharmaceutical companies, and SAS Institute. He is experienced in
serving on NIH-funded and industry-sponsored DSMB / IDMCs.
Currently, most of his time is spent
designing, planning, and working on psychopharmacology clinical trials,
performing psychiatric research in collaboration with other psychiatry faculty,
occasional medical research in other fields with faculty members in other
fields, performing research on clinical trials methodology and statistics,
BIOS 600, Section
2:Principles of Statistical Inference
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