Elizabeth Brown

Research Professor, Biostatistics

1959 NE Pacific Street
Box 357232

Seattle, WA 98195-


Research Interests

Joint models for longitudinal and survival data; Bayesian methods in biostatistics; statistical methods in HIV/AIDS and cardiovascular research; clinical trials; microbicides


ScD Biostatistics, Harvard University, 2002

MS Biostatistics, University of Colorado (Boulder), 1998

BS Mechanical Engr, University of Virginia, 1994

In the News

Vaginal ring may be highly effective against HIV
ASPPH, 07/21/2016

Vaginal ring may cut HIV infection risk if used correctly
AIDS.gov, 07/20/2016

Vaginal Ring Lowered HIV Rates in African Women
SPH News, 02/25/2016

Matters of the heart: Firefighters get theirs scanned
New Jersey News, 09/19/2008

New Calcium Measure Better Predictor of Heart Risks
WashingtonPost.com, 05/28/2008