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Experience

June 2015---Present: Biostatistician III, Vanderbilt University

July 2007---May 2015: Associate Scientist, University of Miami, School of Medicine, Department of Public Health Sciences

Continuing Education

Missing Data Analysis, Miami, FL, with Paul Allison November 8-9, 2013

Social Network Analysis Workshop, Washington, DC October 28-29, 2011

Statistical Methods for Evaluating Intervention Effect Under Variable Implementation, Miami, FL, with C. Hendricks August 24, 2011

Summer Institute on Latent Class and Latent Transition Analysis. The Methodology Center at Pennsylvania State University June 29-July 1, 2009

Mplus Short Courses in Baltimore, MD, with B. Muthén August 21-22, 2008

Mplus Short Courses in Alexandria, VA, with B. Muthén November 8-12, 2004

Selected journal articles

Huang, S. , David MacKinnon, Perrino, T., and Hendricks Brown. An R Program for Synthesizing Mediation Analyses Across Multiple Trials.Statistical Methods and Applications, in press.

Huang, S., Trapido, E., Fleming, L., Arheart, K., Crandall, L., French, M., Malcolm, S., Prado, G. The Long-term Effects of Childhood Maltreatment Experiences on Subsequent Illicit Drug Use and Drug-related Problems in Young Adulthood. Addictive Behaviors , 2011, 36:95-102.

Huang, S. , Cordova, D., Estrada, Y., Brincks, A., Asfour, L., Prado, G., An Application of the Complier Average Causal Effect Analysis to Examine the Effects of a Family Intervention in Reducing Illicit Drug Use among High-Risk Hispanic Adolescents, Family Process ,53.2 (2014): 336-347Marcos J.

Marcos J. Martinez, Shi Huang, Yannine Estrada, Madeline Y. Sutton, and Guillermo Prado.,The Relationship Between Acculturation, Ecodevelopment, and Substance Use Among Hispanic Adolescents The Journal of Early Adolescence 0272431616636228, first published on March 14, 2016.

Brown CH, Brincks A, Huang S, Perrino T, Cruden G, Pantin H, Howe G, Young JF, Beardslee W, Montag S, and Sandler IN (Accepted for publication). Two-Year Impact of Prevention Programs on Adolescent Depression: An Integrative Data Analysis Approach. To appear in Prevention Science.

Vidot, D. C., Huang, S., Poma, S., Estrada, Y., Lee, T. K., & Prado, G. (2016). Familias Unidas’ Crossover Effects on Suicidal Behaviors among Hispanic Adolescents: Results from an Effectiveness Trial. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 46(S1), S8-S14.

Bacio, G. A., Estrada, Y., Huang, S., Martinez, M., Sardinas, K., & Prado, G. (2015). Ecodevelopmental predictors of early initiation of alcohol, tobacco, and drug use among Hispanic adolescents. Journal of school psychology, 53(3), 195-208.

Brincks, A., Perrino, T., Howe, G., Pantin, H., Prado, G., Huang, S., ... & Brown, C. H. (2016). Preventing youth internalizing symptoms through the Familias Unidas intervention: examining variation in response. Prevention Science, 1-11.

Prado, G., Huang, S. , Cordova, D., Malcolm, S., Estrada, Y., Cano, N., Maldonado-Molina, M. Bacio, G., Rosen, A., Pantin, H., & Brown, C.H. Ecodevelopmental and intrapersonal moderators of a family based preventive intervention for Hispanic youth: A latent profile analysis, Prevention science, 14(3), 290-299.

Sara M. St. George, Shi Huang, Denise C. Vidot, Justin D. Smith, C. Hendricks Brown ,Guillermo Prado. Factors associated with the implementation of the Familias Unidas intervention in a type 3 translational trial. Translational Behavioral Medicine. First online: 07 October 2015

Perrino, T., Pantin, H., Prado, G., Huang, S. , Brincks, A., Howe, G., Beardslee, W., Sandler, I., & Brown, C.H.. Preventing internalizing symptoms among Hispanic adolescents: A synthesis across Familias Unidas trials. Prevention Science . 15(6), 917-928.

Prado, G., Pantin, H., Huang, S. , Córdova, D., Tapia, M., Velazquez, M.R., Calfee, M., Malcolm, S., Arzon, M., Villamar, J., Leon Jimenez, M., Cano, N., Brown, C.H., Estrada Y. Effects of a Family Intervention in Reducing HIV Risk. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine. 2012, 166:127-133.

Prado, G., Cordova, D., Huang, S., Estrada, Y., Rosen, A., Bacio, G. A., ... & McCollister, K. (2012). The efficacy of Familias Unidas on drug and alcohol outcomes for Hispanic delinquent youth: Main effects and interaction effects by parental stress and social support. Drug and alcohol dependence, 125, S18-S25.

Prado, G., Huang, S ., Schwartz, S., Maldonado-Molina, M., Bandiera, F., de la Rosa, M., & Pantin, H.. What accounts for differences in substance use among U.S. born and immigrant Hispanic adolescents?: Results from a longitudinal prospective cohort study. Journal of Adolescent Health , 2009, 45:118 – 125.

Hebert, Kathy, Barbara Lopez, Christina Michael, Emiliana Franco, Andre Dias, Pat Trahan, Shi Huang, Leonardo Tamariz, and Lee Arcement. "The prevalence of peripheral arterial disease in patients with heart failure by race and ethnicity." Congestive Heart Failure 16, no. 3 (2010): 118-121.

Brown, S. C., Huang, S., Perrino, T., Surio, P., Borges-Garcia, R., Flavin, K., Brown, C. H., Pantin, H., & Szapocznik, J.. The relationship of neighborhood social climate to walking in Hispanic older adults: A longitudinal, cross-lagged panel analysis. Aging and Health . 2011, 23:1325-1351.

Prado, G., Huang, S ., Maldonado-Molina, M., Bandiera, F., Schwartz, S.J., de la Vega, P. Brown, C.H., & Pantin, H. An Empirical Test of Ecodevelopmental Theory in Predicting HIV Risk Behaviors among Hispanic Youth. Health Education & Behavior , 2010, 37: 97-114.

Prado, G., Huang, S ., Schwartz, S., Maldonado-Molina, M., Bandiera, F., de la Rosa, M., & Pantin, H.. What accounts for differences in substance use among U.S. born and immigrant Hispanic adolescents?: Results from a longitudinal prospective cohort study. Journal of Adolescent Health , 2009, 45:118 – 125.

Selected presentations

Huang, S., MacKinnon D. P., Perrino, T., Brown, C. H.. An R Program for Synthesizing Mediation Analyses Across Multiple Trials. Organized Poster Forums at the Society for Prevention Research, Washington, DC. 5/2014.

Huang, S. , Cordova, D., Estrada, Y., Rosen, A., H., Pantin, H., C.H. Brown, Prado, G. Main and Moderating Effects of Familias Unidas in Preventing Adolescent Substance use, HIV Risk Behaviors, and Externalizing Disorders. Oral Presentation at the Society for Prevention Research, San Francisco, CA. 2013.

Huang, S. , Cordova, D., Brown, H., Pantin, H., Prado, G. Efficacy of a Family Intervention in Reducing Illicit Drug Use among High-Risk Hispanic Adolescents: An Application of the Complier Average Causal Effect Analysis. Oral Presentation at the Society for Prevention Research, Washington, DC. 6/2012

Funded Research Performed

FAMILIAS UNIDAS STAGE III: PREVENTING SUBSTANCE USE IN HISPANIC YOUTH

Principal Investigator: Guillermo Prado, Ph.D.

Role : Statistican

Grant #: R01 DA025192

Funding Source: National Institute on Drug Abuse /NIH

Total Award: $3,465,578

PREVENTING HIV RISK BEHAVIORS IN HISPANIC ADOLESCENTS

Principal Investigator: Guillermo Prado, Ph.D.

Role : Statistican

Grant #: U01PS0000671

Funding Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Total Award: $1,143,095

PREVENTING HIV IN HISPANIC ADOLESCENTS VIA AN INTERNET-BASED FAMILY INTERVENTION

Principal Investigator: David Cordova, Ph.D.

Role : Statistican

Funding Source:Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Total Award: $1,098,763


PREVENTING DRUG ABUSE AND HIV IN HISPANIC FIRST OFFENDERS

Principal Investigator: Guillermo Prado, Ph.D.

Role : Statistican

Grant #: R01 DA025894

Funding Source: National Institute on Drug Abuse /NIH

Total Award: $1,278,046

Preventing Drug Abuse and HIV in Hispanic Adolescents

Principal Investigator: Hilda Pantin, Ph.D.

Role on Project:Data analyst

Grant #:R01 DA017462

Funding Source:National Institute on Drug Abuse /NIH

Total Award: $2,644,812

Families Preventing HIV in Hispanic Adolescents

Principal Investigator: José Szapocznik, Ph.D.

Role on Project: Graduate assistant

Grant #:R01 MH63042

Funding Source:National Institute of Mental Health/NIH

Total Award: $3,307,765

HISPANICS, BUILT ENVIRONMENT & METABOLIC SYNDROM

Principal Investigator:José Szapocznik, Ph.D.

Role : Statistican

Grant #: R01 DK 074687

Funding Source:National Institute of Diabetes, Digestive and Kidney Diseases

Total Award: $3,979,904

Editorial responsibilities:

Journal Reviewer: Annals of Epidemiology; Child Abuse & Neglect;

Open Family Studies Journal; BMC Pediatrics; Social Science &Medicine; Prevention Science.


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