Dr. Abbey Eng is an Associate Professor in the College of Public Health. Before coming to the College of Public Health, she spent six years as the primary data analyst on multiple federally and locally funded program evaluations involving a variety of mental health, substance abuse, and juvenile justice programs in the Cleveland area. She also spent three years working as the project coordinator for an NIH-funded longitudinal survey research project examining adolescents' relationships with parents, peers, and romantic partners, as well as their HIV risk-taking behaviors. She teaches introductory biostatistics at both the undergraduate and graduate level. She is interested in mental health issues involving adolescents and their families, and has worked on a number of research projects involving school-based prevention programs, as well as community-based prevention and treatment programs for both adolescents and adults. She enjoys helping others learn strong research methodology, with a focus on data analysis.