Sarah Laskowitz is a public health analyst in the Workforce, Wellbeing, and Effectiveness Program within RTI's Justice Practice Area, where she is involved in several projects that address substance use, police officer wellness, and law enforcement evaluation. In her role, Sarah serves as a technical assistance provider for the Comprehensive Opioid, Stimulants and Substance Use Program, agency liaison for the National Case Closed Project, and assists in the production of RTI's podcast, JustScience. Sarah is skilled in survey programming via Qualtrics and Alchemer, quantitative data analysis using R and SPSS statistical software, and scientific writing. Prior to RTI, Sarah worked on projects that evaluate combat-related post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury, and moral decision-making at the Duke Brain Imaging and Analysis Center.
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