Dr. Marczynski is the Director and a Senior Research Scientist at the Institute for Community Health Promotion. She received her undergraduate degree in Mathematics and earned her Master's and Ph.D. in Epidemiology and Community Health from the University at Buffalo. Dr. Marczynski has worked for over 20 years on various research projects providing scientific and advisory support.
Her major job responsibilities include coordination of scientific portions of center projects, assistance in writing center-related grant proposals, questionnaire development, CATI system administration, data management and analysis, interpretation and presentation of results, and various evaluation activities. In addition, she teaches professional development and graduate-level courses in epidemiology and project evaluation.
Member, American Evaluation Association
Member, Research Society on Alcoholism
Member, Society for Epidemiologic Research
Member, American Association for Public Opinion Research
Advisory Board Member, Buffalo 180 Project
Marczynski, K.S. & Wieczorek, W.F., & Nochajski, T.H. (2010). The impact of DWI arrest on the way offenders view their drinking: Does it differ by DWI history and alcohol diagnosis? Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 34(6), Supplement.
Marczynski, K.S., Pawlowski, R., Skutnik, R., Feroleto, L., & Wieczorek, W.F. (2010). The Buffalo Longitudinal Study: Finding Respondents After a 15-year Lapse. Center for Health and Social Research at Buffalo State College, Buffalo, NY. Paper presented at the American Association for Public Opinion Research, Chicago, IL.
Marczynski, K.S., Wieczorek, W.F., Nochajski, T.H., & Tetewsky, S.J. (2007). Using Research Data to Parameterize Risky Sexual Behavior and Alcohol Use. Interface Abstracts, 43. Presented at Interface 2007. The 39th Symposium on the Interface of Computing Science and Statistics: Systems Biology, Philadelphia, PA.
Marczynski, K.S., Wieczorek, W.F., Nochajski, T.H., & Russell, M. (2004). Lifetime measures of alcohol consumption among DWI offenders. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 28(5), Supplement, 33A. Presented at the Research Society on Alcoholism Annual Meeting, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.
Marczynski, K.S., Welte, J.W., Ferby, E.N. & Marshall, J.R., (1999). Prevalence and Determinants of Alcohol-Related Problems. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse,25(4), 715-730. PMID: 1058444
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