Danielle Enserro, PhD Appointed the Associate Director of Biostatistics and Statistical Programming

April 10 2024

Danielle Enserro, PhD has been promoted to Associate Director of Biostatistics and Statistical Programming at the Buffalo office of the NRG Oncology Statistics and Data Management Center (SDMC). In addition, Danielle was recently appointed to the role of Research Assistant Professor in both the Biostatistics & Bioinformatics Department at Roswell Park and the Department of Biostatistics within the School of Public Health & Health Professions at the University at Buffalo.

Dr. Enserro received her PhD in Biostatistics from Boston University in 2017. Her graduate research work focused on measures of discrimination, reclassification, and calibration for risk prediction modeling. A portion of her dissertation was published in "Statistics in Medicine" in 2019. Dr. Enserro received her MA in Biostatistics from Boston University in 2012 and her BA in Mathematical Science from Elms College in 2006.During her time at Boston University and for several years afterwards, Dr. Enserro worked extensively as a Research Scientist on cardiovascular analyses for the Framingham Heart Study. She contributed to over 25 research publications in a 10-year span. Her areas of focus included prognostic and predictive biomarker analysis, lifetime heart failure risk over the life course, trajectory modeling and temporal trend analysis, and several studies utilizing the Ideal Cardiovascular Health score.

Dr. Enserro also serves as a statistical mentor for the BRIDGES Research Initiative of the Society of Gynecologic Oncology (SGO). She provides statistical mentorship and support to 30 mentees per cycle and she also presents on various statistical topics at meetings. She has presented on several topics including novel trial design and statistics for rare tumor trials, study design considerations for prevention trials, study designs for adaptive trials, and statistical challenges of immunotherapy trials.

In her role as Associate Director of Biostatistics and Statistical Programming, Dr. Enserro will participate in the overall leadership and determination of the scientific direction of the Biostatistics team at the Buffalo SDMC and will directly supervise the statistical programmers. Prior to beginning her current role, Dr. Enserro served as a Biostatistician for over six years at the Buffalo SDMC. Most of her expertise is in endometrial, ovarian, and rare tumor cancers. She also works on cancer prevention and control clinical trials through the NRG Oncology NCORP Research Base. Dr. Enserro serves as a committee member on several NRG Committees including the Rare Tumor Subcommittee, the NCORP Cancer Prevention and Control Committee and the NCORP Patient Reported Outcomes Committee.

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