Fang is currently an Assistant Professor in Division of Biostatistics and Health
Services Research, Department of Quantitative Health Science. Before joining
Umass Medical School in 2010, she had served as Research Assistant Professor/
Biostatistician in University of Nebraska-Lincoln for four years. She graduated
from Ohio University in 2006 with her Ph.D. core in Statistics. She won a paper award at the 2006
Joint Research Conference on Statistics in quality industry and technology. She won
Layman Awards for missing data modeling and growth trajectory pattern recognition
via UNL research council competition in 2008. She is a recipient of the 2012 UMass CTSA Pilot Project award for modeling heterogeneity of treatment effects in longitudinal RCT and observational studies.
Dr. Fang has been a statistical consultant in health, medicine, economics, and
bio-engineering areas for years. She also participated in large-scale
multi-disciplinary projects at both state and federal levels.
Dr. Fang's research interests include
computational statistics, research design, statistical modeling and analyses
in clinical and translational research. She is interested in developing novel
methods and applying emerging robust techniques to enable or improve the
health studies that can have potential impact on the treatment or prevention
of human diseases.
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