Elizabeth Brown

Research Professor, Biostatistics

1959 NE Pacific Street
Box 357232

Seattle, WA 98195-

206-616-1027
elizab@u.washington.edu

Research Interests

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

Education

ScD Biostatistics, Harvard University, 2002

MS Biostatistics, University of Colorado (Boulder), 1998

BS Mechanical Engr, University of Virginia, 1994

In the News

Washington Researchers: Vaginal Ring May Be Highly Effective Against HIV
SPH News, 07/22/2016

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