Biostatistics

Carone, Marco

Associate Professor

PhD

206-221-5862

Causal Inference, Epidemiological Methods, Foundations of Statistics, High-Dimensional Data and Statistical Learning, Longitudinal and Multilevel Data, Survival Analysis

Chan, Kwun Chuen Gary

Professor

PhD

Survival analysis and stochastic processes; epidemiological design and analysis

Fleming, Thomas R.

Professor

PhD, MA

206-543-8026

Scientific and regulatory issues in the design, conduct, and analysis of clinical trials; survival analysis

Guo, Richard

Assistant Professor

Halloran, M. Elizabeth

Professor

DSc, MD, MPH

Developing novel designs, methods of statistical analysis, and interpretation of vaccine field studies and other interventions; causal inference

Heagerty, Patrick J.

Professor

PhD, MS

206-616-2720

Regression techniques for dependent data including marginal models and random effects models for longitudinal data, methods for categorical time series, and hierarchical models for categorical spatial data; statistical computing; applications in epidemiology and ecology

Inoue, Lurdes

Professor and Chair

PhD, MS, MS

206-543-1044

Bayesian methods in Biostatistics; MCMC methods; clinical trials; decision theory and cancer research

Kerr, Kathleen F.

Professor

PhD, MA, MS

206-543-2507

Gene expression microarrays; experimental design; biomarkers

Leroux, Brian G

Professor

PhD, MSc

206-543-5668

Statistical methodology for multilevel studies and clinical trials; statistical applications in oral health and emergency medicine

Lila, Eardi

Assistant Professor

206-685-2682

Functional and Manifold Data Analysis, focusing on applications in medical imaging, and especially neuroimaging

Lin, Kevin

Assistant Professor

High-Dimensional Data and Statistical Learning, Statistical Genetics and Genomics, Single Cell RNA-Seq

May, Susanne

Professor

PhD

Survival analysis, longitudinal data analysis and clinical trials

Qi, Guanghao

Assistant Professor

High-Dimensional Data and Statistical Learning, Statistical Genetics and Genomics

Rice, Ken

Professor

PhD

206-616-6174

Statistical methods for genetic epidemiology and other high-throughput settings; cardiovascular epidemiology

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