ICN GENERAL MEMBERS
Eric J Daza
Eric Jay Daza is a senior statistician at Clarify Health, a digital health tech company for improving patient care through software solutions for patients, clinicians, providers, and payers. He also leads the Causes and Associations in Single-Individual Analysis (CASIA) Project for individualized discovery of health-related causes and effects using machine learning and data from wearable devices, sensors, and apps. Eric Jay has worked in both industry and academia, in healthcare, pharmaceuticals, clinical trials, survey sampling, global nutrition, maternal/child health, and health promotion/disease prevention. His interests include causal inference, longitudinal analysis, n-of-1/single-subject studies, public health, minority health, the microbiome, and gun violence.
Laura Simons is an Associate Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative, and Pain Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine (Palo Alto, California, USA), and an attending psychologist at the pediatric pain management clinic of the Stanford Children’s Health. She leads the Biobehavioral Pediatric Pain Lab. Dr. Simons’ research focuses on psychological assessment, examining neural substrates of psychological processing in the context of the chronic pain experience using neuroimaging, and the development of treatment interventions to improve the lives of youth with chronic pain. She currently leads a Randomized Clinical Trial enhanced with SCED methodology.
Haiyin Huang is a chief physician and Associate Professor at the Department of Respiratory Disease, Yueyang hospital of integrated traditional Chinese and Western Medicine, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He has extensive clinical experience in the diagnosis and treatment of respiratory diseases with integrated traditional Chinese and western medicine. Excellent inheritor of the Shanghai Clinical Heritage Center of modern school of Traditional Chinese Medicine. His major areas of research interest is evidence-based Traditional Chinese Medicine. Dr. Haiyin has collaborated with professors of Clinical epidemiology and biostatistics at McMaster University, in the research of the efficacy of traditional Chinese medicine through N-of -1 trials.