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Clay Mann

N. Clay Mann

Principle Investigator, National EMS Information System (NEMSIS) Technical Assistance Center

Dr. N. Clay Mann serves as the Principle Investigator for the National EMS Information System (NEMSIS) Technical Assistance Center. He has served as PI or co-investigator on 71 federal, state, foundation, or industry grants. He has conducted several randomized controlled community trials dealing with cardiac resuscitation, acute coronary disease education, and paramedic training.

Dr. Mann has special expertise in nonparametric statistics. He has published methodological papers dealing with the specification of risk adjusted log odds using injury data, improving diagnostic accuracy by pooling test findings, and design issues associated with multi-site community trials with continual data collection.

Dr. Mann received his PhD from the University of Texas in Preventive Medicine and two master's degrees from the University of Utah, focusing on Statistics/Epidemiology and Business Administration.