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Topic: Biostatistics

Jeremy Taylor Jeremy Taylor, PhD

Professor of Biostatistics
Phone: (734) 936-3287 E-mail: jmgt@umich.edu
Faculty Profile

  • Works on theory and application of statistics to biomedical problems ranging from AIDS to cancer.
  • His radiation oncology research has focused on the effect of fraction size, total dose, time and volume on the biological response to radiation; has studied the response of both tumors and normal tissues to radiation.
  • Expert in longitudinal and survival analysis, cure models, missing data, Box-Cox transformations, statistical methods for bioinformatics, surrogate and auxiliary variables, statistical modeling of biomedical data.
  • Other UM appointments include professor in the Department of Radiation Oncology in the School of Medicine, director of the Cancer Center Biostatistics Unit, and director of the Cancer/Biostatistics training program.

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Professor and Chair in Biostatistics
Phone: (734) 763-4901 E-mail: goncalo@umich.edu

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Michael BoehnkeMichael Boehnke, PhD

Professor in Biostatistics
Phone: (734) 936-1001 E-mail: boehnke@umich.edu

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Brenda GillespieBrenda Gillespie, PhD

Assistant Professor in Biostatistics
Phone: 734-647-4609 E-mail: bgillesp@umich.edu

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Jeremy TaylorJeremy Taylor, PhD

Professor in Biostatistics
Phone: (734) 936-3287 E-mail: jmgt@umich.edu

  • Works on theory and application of statistics to biomedical problems ranging from AIDS to cancer.     MORE

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