Site of MMARI: Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia


MMARI is a 5-day intensive workshop aimed at STEM researchers interested in learning how to conduct a systematic review and meta-analysis. 


The goal is to provide STEM researchers with a comprehensive, introductory meta-analysis workshop focused on state-of-the-art methods including the use of the program R. 

The training will enable graduate students and early career scholars to broaden their expertise and skills to conduct rigorous research on STEM issues.

Hosting MMARI at GSU in downtown Atlanta aligns the Institute's goal of mentoring groups that are largely underrepresented in STEM fields with GSU's commitment to promoting diversity and inclusion within higher education.

Meet the Team
Terri Pigott

Professor, Georgia State University

School of Public Health and College of Education and Human Development

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Joshua R. Polanin

Principal Researcher

American Institutes for Research

Beth Tipton

Associate Professor of Statistics 

Faculty Fellow in the Institute for Policy Research

Northwestern University

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Ryan Williams

Principal Researcher

American Institutes for Research