Salish Research Group is an award-winning team of healthcare-focused data insight experts, consisting of Steven Erly, Brian Erly, and Kseniya Efremova.
Steven Erly MPH is an HIV Epidemiologist for the state of Washington, in addition to being a PhD candidate at the University of Washington. He previously obtained his MPH with a focus on epidemiology from the University of Arizona after obtaining his BS in neuroscience. He has worked as a statistical consultant in patient-reported outcome research for cancer trials, and has background both as a clinical statistician and in statistical analysis and computing.
Brian Erly MD MPH is a physician pursuing board certification in Preventive Medicine at the University of Colorado. He obtained his MD from Case Western Reserve University while performing research in interventional radiology outcomes, and subsequently completed his internship at UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento. He also completed his MPH at the University of Arizona, focusing on public health practice. He has worked as a healthcare informatics consultant and as a project consultant for dermatology research.
We use contemporary statistical techniques and a deep understanding of both epidemiology and clinical medicine to drive insight in some of the most challenging healthcare issues of our time, from understanding the spread of HIV in an immigrant population to uncovering the factors that drive outcomes of surgical procedures. Our goal is to use our unique training and expertise to improve the lives of both individuals and populations by integrating far reaching insight with on-the-ground knowledge.