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As a senior biostatistician at Quantitative Sciences Units under Stanford School of Medicine, I act as the statistical lead for a variety of clinical research studies. My specialty including designing, implementing and disseminating clinical researches using real-world evidence. Specifically, I’ve been working extensively with a variety of sources of real-world databases, such as Electronic Health Records (EHRs), claims data 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 actively collaborated with clinical researchers from a variety of clinical domains on randomized clinical trials (RCTs) and stepped-wedge trials. My scope of work for clinical trials includes implementing study design, data management plan, statistical analysis plan, and submitting regulatory statistical documents to FDA. My specific statistical interest includes interrupted time series, multi-level modeling, missing data techniques and causal inference.
Independently collaborate with research investigators for a variety types of scientific researches across Stanford Campus <br/>Lead the development of study protocol and statistical analysis plan at the project level<br/>Perform data management, visualization and statistical analysis with the cutting-edge methods and tools<br/>Interpret the results from the statistical reports with appropriate domain languages for publication purposes<br/>Lead the statistical method and/or result sections for grant application and manuscript submissions<br/>Statistical method research<br/>Mentor junior members for statistical analysis