Marjorie is a graduate of Vassar College and has an MS degree in biostatistics from Columbia University School of Public Health and an MA degree in psychology from The New School for Social Research. She is a computer programmer and data analyst and has worked with Dr. Gould on almost all of her research projects in the field of adolescent suicide and contagion, as well as her more recent work funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) in suicide prevention and assessment of telephone crisis services. She has vast experience in data management and in the use of statistical programming packages such as SPSS and SAS. In addition, she has programmed many of her own statistical procedures.
Marjorie Kleinman, MS