- Research Associate, The Ethel Donaghue Center for Translating Research into Practice and Policy (TRIPP), UConn Health Center
- Visiting Psychology Instructor, Wesleyan University
- Member, Interdisciplinary Research Methods Core, CIRA
Emil Coman is a research associate at the Ethel Donaghue TRIPP Center, University of Connecticut Health Center He is a causal modeler with experience in emotional communication, risk behavior, and evaluating interventions conducted in community based settings.
In his activities at Yale, Dr. Coman collaborates as a member of CIRA's Interdisciplinary Research Methods Core, participates in peer review, and provides consultation on statistical methods for social and behavioral research, particularly in causal modeling and complex research designs such as measurement invariance, mixed designs and clustering, multiple mediation, moderated mediation, mixture analyses (i.e. unobserved groupings), propensity matching, power analysis through simulations, and longitudinal designs.