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Dr. Li is Professor of Medicine and Senior Biostatistician within the Division of Clinical Informatics and Computational Medicine, Department of Medicine. He investigates the patterns and mechanisms of geographic and sociodemographic disparities in health, health behaviors and human-neighborhood environment interactions. He has expertise in predictive modeling, analysis of medical claims data, design and analysis of sample surveys, observational cohorts, clinical registries, GIS, population studies, and evaluations of public health programs, policies and laws.

Dr. Li's lab conducts research on healthy aging, community influences on health and health behaviors, physical activity, nutrition, obesity, infectious diseases, pain, total joint replacement, substance misuse and abuse, outcomes research, and evaluation of public health programs and policies. His lab also provides biostatistical, GIS and data science support to EHR-based surveillance systems, clinical registries, observational cohort and RCT studies.

Rotation Projects

Epidemiology and prevention of falls in the elderly

In this rotation, students will learn basic skills in analysis of complex longitudinal cohort on neighborhood influences on healthy aging, physical activity, mobility, independent living, social isolation/engagement, accidential falls and fall injuries. At the end of rotation, students are expected to complete a brief manuscript/report and a poster presenation.  

Rotation Projects

Analysis of longitudinal health data

This rotation provides students with opportunities to learn basic concepts and skills in statistical analysis of observational cohorts, clinical registries, electronic health records (EHRs), hospital administrative data (also called case mix data including ED visits and hospital discharges), and all payer claims databases (APCD). Students are expected to conduct literature review, participate weekly lab meetings, and work on a small analytic project on a topic of own choice. At the end of rotation, students are expected to complete a brief manuscript/report and a poster presenation.  

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Academic Article Association between dietary fiber and markers of systemic inflammation in the Women's Health Initiative Observational Study.
Academic Article Perceived accessibility of cigarettes among youth: a prospective cohort study.
Academic Article Reduction in narcotic use after primary total knee arthroplasty and association with patient pain relief and satisfaction.
Concept Cohort Studies
Academic Article Sex differences in circumstances and consequences of outdoor and indoor falls in older adults in the MOBILIZE Boston cohort study.
Academic Article Healthy lifestyle and decreasing risk of heart failure in women: the Women's Health Initiative observational study.
Academic Article Factors Associated With Early Improvement in Low Back Pain After Total Hip Arthroplasty: A Multi-Center Prospective Cohort Analyses.
Academic Article Bone Mineral Density as a Predictor of Subsequent Wrist Fractures: Findings From the Women's Health Initiative Study.
Academic Article Detection of non-CLL-like monoclonal B cell lymphocytosis increases dramatically in the very elderly, while detection of CLL-like populations varies by race: findings in a multiethnic population-based cohort of elderly women.
Academic Article Optimism, Cynical Hostility, Falls, and Fractures: The Women's Health Initiative Observational Study (WHI-OS).
Academic Article Plasma Phospholipid Fatty Acids and Coronary Heart Disease Risk: A Matched Case-Control Study within the Women's Health Initiative Observational Study.
Academic Article Associations of parental ages at childbirth with healthy aging among women.

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