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My primary research interests lie in the development and application of statistical methods for biological responses that vary in time and occasion, for example: biomarker readings over time; gene expression profiles in different cell lines and under different biological conditions; and tumor recurrence. My biostatistical research areas include: joint modeling of longitudinal responses and event process; latent class models with random effects; and analysis of longitudinal responses in the presence of missing and confounding data. I am collaborating with researchers in cancer, nutrition, health service evaluation and psychiatry.
Specialized Terms: Statistical methods for time-varying biological responses