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  Faculty

    Heejung Bang 
    Laurel Beckett 
    Danielle Harvey 
    Ana-Maria Iosif 
    Kyoungmi Kim 
    Chin-Shang Li 
    Diana L Miglioretti 
    Miriam Nuno 
    LiHong Qi 
    David Rocke 
    Susan L. Stewart 

  Staff

   Minh Chau (Chau) Barr
   Evan de Bie
   Blythe Durbin-Johnson
   Judy Li
   Lisa (Yi) Mu
   Vien Nguyen
   Naomi Saito
   Daniel Tancredi
   Sandra Taylor
   Machelle D Wilson
   Matt Yang

     

Faculty

Heejung Bang Clinical trials and observational studies. Medical cost and cost-effectiveness analysis, prediction and screening modeling.
Professor, PhD

530-752-6287

Laurel Beckett Statistical methods for longitudinal data, population-based studies, and translational research between basic science and clinical medicine. Collaborative research using these methods for studies of chronic diseases, especially the relationship between biology, etiology, and treatment. Current and recent research includes work on Alzheimer's, cancer, and musculoskeletal disorders.
Biostatistics Division Chief, Distinguished Professor, PhD

530-754-7161

Danielle Harvey Survival analysis, correlated event times, informative censoring, repeated measures, computational methods, and high-dimensional data as in MRI or PET scans. Collaborative research includes work on Alzheimer's, cancer, end-of-life care, dosing errors, and health services and public health issues.
Associate Professor, PhD

530-752-8036

Ana-Maria Iosif Methods for longitudinal and clustered data, including longitudinal random length data. Applications of statistics to psychiatry and biomedical sciences.
Associate Professor, PhD

530-754-8303

Kyoungmi Kim Statistical Genetics, bioinformatics, biomarker discovery based on high-throughput -omics data
Professor, PhD

530-752-3422

Chin-Shang Li Lack-of-fit tests, cure models (including survival analysis), semiparametric and nonparametric regression, generalized linear models, longitudinal data analysis, statistical methodology for genetic data, large sample theory.
Professor, PhD


Diana L Miglioretti Multilevel and latent variable models, longitudinal and clustered data analysis, and the evaluation of screening and diagnostic tests. Collaborative research includes breast cancer screening and radiation exposure from medical imaging.
Dean's Professor in Biostatistics, PhD

530-752-7168

Miriam Nuno
Associate Professor, PhD

916-734-0962

LiHong Qi Design and analysis of genetic association studies, survival analysis, modeling missing data and measurement error problems.
Associate Professor, PhD

530-754-9234

David Rocke Bioinformatics, design and analysis of gene expression, proteomics, and metabolomics data, analysis of mass spectrometry and NMR spectroscopy data, robust statistical methods.
Department Vice Chair, Distinguished Professor, PhD

530-752-6999

Susan L. Stewart Susan Stewart's research interests and activities include statistical methods and issues in cancer, population-based research, quality of life, health disparities, behavioral interventions, study design and data quality. Stewart has served as national biostatistical director and program evaluator for the Asian American Network for Cancer Awareness, Research and Training (AANCART), and chaired a group determining reporting measures across all 23 such Community Network Program Centers funded by the National Cancer Institute's Center to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities. Her select recent undertakings also include quality-of-life analyses in breast cancer patients and assessments of behavioral interventions for breast and colorectal cancers, hepatitis B and smoking cessation. Stewart is also addressing cross- cutting statistical issues in a multi-center longitudinal study, and investigating effects of geographical clustering on the variance of parameter estimates in community intervention trials.
Associate Professor, PhD

916-734-7217

 

Staff


  Minh Chau (Chau) Barr
Executive Assistant

530-752-4853

  Evan de Bie
Analyst

530-752-4726

Blythe Durbin-Johnson
Principal Statistician

530-754-5821

Judy Li My collaborative research work includes: 1. simultaneous care study 2. Breast cancer for women over 75 years old. 3. GCP 100 study 4. cell lines study for prostate cancer patients 5. farmers health study
Statistician

530-752-6114

  Lisa (Yi) Mu
Statistician (TB 191)

530-752-4046

  Vien Nguyen
Programmer

530-752-3967

  Naomi Saito
Statistician

530-752-6206

  Daniel Tancredi
Associate Professor (Pediatrics)

916-734-3293

  Sandra Taylor
Sr Statistician (CTSC)

916-703-9171

  Machelle D Wilson
Sr Statistician (CTSC)

916-703-9106

  Matt Yang
Statistician

530-752-5332

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