Kevin He is a Research Assistant Professor of Biostatistics. He received his Ph.D. in Biostatistics from the University of Michigan in 2012. He was a postdoctoral research fellow for the Kidney Epidemiology and Cost Center at the University of Michigan from 2012-1014.
- Ph.D., Biostatistics, University of Michigan, 2012
- MS., Biostatistics, University of Michigan, 2008
- BS., Statistics, Queen's University, Canada, 2006
- MS., Epidemiology, Queen's University, Canada, 2004
- BM., Clinical Medicine, Dalian Medical University, China, 2002
Research Interests & Projects
My research interests include survival analysis, high-dimensional data analysis, statistical genetics, statistical methods for epidemiology and causal inference. I have also been working on statistical methods for analyzing large-scale data arising from CKD and ESRD studies.
- He K and Schaubel DE. (In Press). Semiparametric methods for relative risk center effect measures. Lifetime Data Analysis..
- He K and Schaubel DE. (In Press). Methods for estimating center effects in survival analysis using direct standardization. Statistics in Medicine.
- He K, Kalbfleisch JD, Li J, and Li Y. (2013). Evaluating readmission rates in dialysis facilities with or without adjustment for hospital effects. Lifetime Data Analysis. 490-512.
- Li Y, Schaubel DE and He K. (2013). Matching methods for obtaining survival functions to estimate the effect of a time-dependent treatment. Statistics in Bioscience..