Lei Chen is an epidemiologist at Eli Lilly and Company, conducting researches in varies therapeutic areas in the US and globally.
She received her PhD in Epidemiology from the School of Public Health at the State University of New York, Albany, in May 2011.
During her study and work, Chen utilized geographic information systems and conducted spatial analysis examining environmental and occupational exposures and their association with reproductive outcomes, child development, and cancer. Chen’s work has been published in public health journals and presented at professional conferences.
Sriram Chintakrindi is presently an adjunct professor of criminal justice courses at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY. His research interests include offender rehabilitation, as well as, examining the intersection of crime, mental health, and substance use which he analyzes through criminological theory, experimental methods, and statistics. Sriram’s research emphasizes the examination of criminal justice and public health outcomes for offenders entering and exiting the criminal justice system. His research utilizes both primary and secondary data sources to guide the development of evidence based practices, to inform policy, and to evaluate treatment interventions for individuals with criminogenic risk-factors and offenders reentering the community.
Sriram completed his doctorate in 2014 in Criminal Justice at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice and Graduate Center, CUNY. Previously Sriram has worked in the NYU Medical Center’s Neuropsychology Department. Also, he has been working for four years at the Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment Services (CASES) in New York City, conducting data analysis and publishing results on recidivism rates for individuals with psychiatric illness that are entrenched in the criminal justice system.