Data Analysis for Health, with a Focus on Covid | Stanford School of Medicine
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Haley Hedlin, Associate Director, Clinical Trials Program and Yingjie (Isabel) Weng, Senior Biostatistician at Stanford School of Medicine host a workshop on ‘Data Analysis for Health, with a Focus on Covid’.
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Senior Biostatistician, Quantitative Sciences Unit, Five Colleges Postdoctoral Fellow in Statistics
Senior Biostatistician, Stanford University, School of Medicine
As a senior biostatistician at Quantitative Sciences Units under Stanford School of Medicine, I specialized in collaborating with clinical researchers under variety of specialties, to design, implement and disseminate clinical researches using real-world data. I’ve been working extensive with a variety of sources of real-world databases, such as Electronic Health Records (EHRs), claims data including Medicare-HRS, HCUP, Optum/MacketScan and registry databases, to address the cutting-edge research questions for health policy, hospital quality improvement and public health. In the meantime, I’ve been also actively collaborated with clinical researchers from a variety of clinical domains on clinical trials. My scope of work for clinical trials includes implementing study design, data management plan, statistical analysis plan, DSMB and submitting regulatory statistical documents to FDA. My specific statistical interest includes interrupted time series, multi-level modeling, missing data techniques and causal inference.