Konstantin G. Arbeev

Duke University, USA


Konstantin G. Arbeev received the M.S. degree in applied mathematics from Moscow State University (branch in Ulyanovsk, Russia) in 1995 and the Ph.D. degree in mathematics and physics (specialization in theoretical foundations of mathematical modeling, numerical methods, and programming) from Ulyanovsk State University, Russia, in 1999. He is currently a Senior Research Scientist in the Biodemography of Aging Research Unit (BARU), Social Science Research Institute (SSRI), Duke University, USA. He is also the Leader of data management/analytical core on the program project Relationships among Genetic Regulators of Aging Health and Lifespan in BARU and the Leader of statistical data enclave core on the Center Grant Center for Population Health and Aging in SSRI. His research interests encompass three interrelated disciplines: biodemography, biostatistics, and genetic epidemiology which include such topics as biodemography of aging; genetic biodemography; biostatistical and biodemographic models of aging, mortality, and longevity; joint models for longitudinal and time-to-event data; genetic and nongenetic determinants of aging, longevity, and healthspan; multivariate survival analysis and frailty models; mathematical models of carcinogenesis; and methods of causal inference in epidemiology. Dr. Arbeev authored and coauthored more than 80 peer-reviewed publications in these areas.

Biography Updated on 1 July 2015

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