CV

Juha Pyykkö


EDUCATION

+ Ph.D. in International Health, Tampere University, Finland

+ M.Sc. in Statistics, University of Tampere, Finland


WORK

+ World Health Organization
EXTERNAL CONSULTANT
[Data monitoring on multi-country research projects]

+ Boston University School of Public Health
VISITING SCHOLAR
[Eye tracking studies]

+ University of Turku
SENIOR RESEARCHER
[Visual attention data analysis]

+ Tampere University
STATISTICIAN / DATA MANAGER / RESEARCHER
[Research projects on maternal and child health]


SKILLS

+ ANALYSIS:
statistical analysis, data visualization

+ RESEARCH:
data management, data collection, data monitoring, data cleaning, article writing, presentation

+ TOPICS:
visual attention, eye tracking, infant development, growth, nutrition interventions

+ SOFTWARE/CODE:
R, Stata, LaTeX, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, REDCap, CommCare, TeleForm, SPSS, HTML5, FTP, MySQL

+ LANGUAGE:
suomi, English, français, svenska


TEACHING

+ Statistics with SPSS for 2nd-year medical students


PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES

+ Salenius et al.
Association between prenatal provision of lipid‐based nutrient supplements and cesarean delivery: Findings from a randomized controlled trial in Malawi.
2022, Maternal & Child Nutrition
doi: 10.1111/mcn.13414

+ Pyykkö et al.
Associations between individual variations in visual attention at 9 months and behavioral competencies at 18 months in rural Malawi
2020, PLoS ONE
doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0239613

+ Pyykkö et al.
Cross-cultural analysis of attention disengagement times supports the dissociation of faces and patterns in the infant brain
2019, Scientific Reports
doi: 10.1038/s41598-019-51034-x

+ Pyykkö et al.
Early development of visual attention in infants in rural Malawi
2018, Developmental Science
doi: 10.1111/desc.12761

+ Klevor et al.
A mixed method study exploring adherence to and acceptability of small quantity lipid-based nutrient supplements (SQ-LNS) among pregnant and lactating women in Ghana and Malawi
2016, BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth
doi: 10.1186/s12884-016-1039-0


PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES AS COLLABORATOR

+ Perumal et al.
Suboptimal gestational weight gain and neonatal outcomes in low and middle income countries: individual participant data meta-analysis.
2023, BMJ
doi: 10.1136/bmj-2022-072249

+ Lawn et al.
Small babies, big risks: global estimates of prevalence and mortality for vulnerable newborns to accelerate change and improve counting.
2023, Lancet
doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(23)00522-6

+ Erchick et al.
Vulnerable newborn types: analysis of subnational, population-based birth cohorts for 541 285 live births in 23 countries, 2000-2021.
2023, BJOG
doi: 10.1111/1471-0528.17510

+ Hazel et al.
Neonatal mortality risk of vulnerable newborns: A descriptive analysis of subnational, population-based birth cohorts for 238 203 live births in low- and middle-income settings from 2000 to 2017.
2023, BJOG
doi: 10.1111/1471-0528.17518


FUNDERS

+ Osk. Huttusen säätiö
+ Lastentautien tutkimussäätiö (Kansanterveysyhdistyksen rahastosta)
+ Suomen Kulttuurirahasto (Irene ja Frans Koskenmäen rahastosta)
+ Kangasalan kaupungin Björkqvistin rahasto


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