Floe Foxon specializes in data management, analysis, and interpretation, and takes a versatile approach to statistics and simulation modeling. In his role as a data analyst at PinneyAssociates, Floe:
- Analyzes national population health surveys and datasets, including the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, National Youth Tobacco Survey, National Poison Data System, Treatment Episodes Data Set, FDA Adverse Event Reporting System (FAERS) data from openFDA API, and others
- Monitors online sources for pharmacovigilance including Google Trends, Twitter, and Reddit
- Provides support on writing and preparing 8-factor analyses, white papers, and manuscripts for peer-reviewed publications, as well as statistics and modelling in Python and SAS
Prior to joining PinneyAssociates in 2020, Floe held a research fellowship at the non-profit research organization Sanford Research, South Dakota, where he conducted an investigation into nicotine use trends in adolescents in the United States using national survey data, which can be seen in his list of publications. He also consulted with the public health charity Action on Smoking and Health (ASH), located in the United Kingdom, investigating the economics of cigarette consumption at the local level.
- Earned a Data Science Professional Certificate from IBM with a focus on a range of cutting-edge machine learning and data visualization techniques
- Graduated from the University of Nottingham, UK with a First Class Honours bachelor’s in science in physics with astronomy