Jonathan Baldwin, MS Biostatistics, PhD Candidate Biostatistics
Assistant Professor, Statistician
Univeristy of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
10 year history in nuclear medicine in the area of PET/CT. Clinical Coordinator and assistant professor in the medical imaging and radiation sciences department at the university of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center (OUHSC) since 2013. I hold a MS degree in biostatistics and am a PhD candidate in biostatistics at OUHSC. My area of interest is computer learning predictive modeling using random forest, deep learning neural networks, and support vector machine learning. In my free time I can normally be found on the area lakes and rivers fishing.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

An estimated 46-89% of children with autism present with pediatric feeding disorder, characterized by selective eating, which negatively impacts their nutrition and health. Registered dietitian nutritionists (RDN) and speech-language pathologists (SLP) serve as key interprofessional team members to improve patient outcomes in this population. A lack of literature exists regarding the complementary roles of RDNs and SLPs specifically related to pediatric feeding disorders in the pediatric population with autism spectrum disorder. This explanatory sequential mixed-methods study aimed to explore…