Randy Whitfield specializes in the fields of:
Randy has been professionally involved in research and statistical computing for more than forty years and has been director of Quality Control Systems Corp. since 1987. His principal research interests are in effective, information technology strategies for risk mitigation that do not depend on active, human intervention.
Randy Whitfield is the principal author or second author of scientific articles on the subject of accidents and injuries that have appeared in the The New England Journal of Medicine, American Journal of Public Health, The Journal of Trauma, Accident Analysis and Prevention, and Injury Prevention. He is also the co-author of two papers published in the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Technical Paper Series.
News articles about Randy's research collaborations have appeared in Scientific American, Health News, and Health magazine. Together with Mrs. Alice Whitfield, their opinions and scientific findings have been cited by major media outlets such as The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe and USA Today.
Randy has served as a volunteer peer reviewer for the scientific publications, Injury Prevention, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment,, and the American Journal of Public Health. He is a member of the American Statistical Association and has been qualified in court as an expert witness on matters related to statistical research.
Randy's research has been applied in a number of different fields, including business security, quality control and problem detection, accidents and injuries, as well as the integrity of scientific data. His applications for fraud detection, including SecureID™, have been marketed by Quality Control Systems Corp. since 1993.
Randy's previous work experience in demography and public health includes:
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