Dr. Yangxin Huang is an Associate Professor of Biostatistics, Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, College of Public Health, University of South Florida. After he received my PhD Degree, he worked in a postdoctoral project in UK starting in 2000. he started the first job in the US as a Research Associate at Harvard School of Public Health in 2001. He relocated to the University of Rochester as an Assistant Professor in 2003. He joined the University of South Florida in September 2005. Dr. Huang’s research included developing interval estimation methods for important biological assay parameters and the robustness of these methods in the presence of model misspecification; optimal designs for the choice of numbers of doses and their robustness. His recent works include Bayesian methodology and MCMC,joint models with skew-elliptical distribution,parametric and nonparametric mixed effects models,longitudinal data analysis and modeling,HIV/AIDS dynamic modeling, design and prediction,quantitative modeling of biological systems via PBPK/PD models,clinical research of infectious diseases, HIV/AIDS.
Biography Updated on 11 January 2011