Danny Wang is a Ph.D. student in the Biobehavioral Health program at The Pennsylvania State University. He has worked as a statistician across multiple institutions and projects specializing in stress related topics. Before coming to Penn State, he was working on several projects related to family caregiving and elder abuse and neglect in dementia patients. In the last few years, he has specifically specialized in working with intensive longitudinal data, particularly in the daily diary and ecological momentary assessment space. Currently he is interested in applying novel statistical techniques on different types of behavioral data.
Danny received his M.S. in Experimental Psychology and B.A. in Psychology from the University of Texas at San Antonio. He has also worked as a statistician at UT Health San Antonio and The University of Alabama at Birmingham.