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Vaughan Byrnes
Researcher

P-12

  • Middle schools

Vaughan Byrnes has worked at the Center for Social Organization of Schools at Johns Hopkins University since 2001. His work has focused on the evaluation of education policy and intervention programs. His main area of interest and expertise is in research methodology, including the selection and implementation of appropriate research designs and statistical analyses for studies as well as the supervision of data collection and processing and the development of evaluation tools and instruments. He received his master’s in research methodology and statistics with merit from the London School of Economics after having first completed an bachelor’s degree in sociology with a minor in economics at McGill University. Since 2008, he has also held a position as research associate at Queen’s University, where he has consulted on the methodological design, data collection and statistical analysis of several projects in health sciences education.