My research concerns statistical methods for missing data, causal inference, and sensitivity analysis, especially in HIV/AIDS. Much of my recent work focuses on HIV in sub-Saharan Africa. Current projects include development of methods for analysis of large-scale observational data, optimizing use of limited information for clinical monitoring of patients on antiviral therapy, and analysis of HIV sequence data in studies of drug resistance.
I am a faculty member in the Department of Biostatistics and the Center for Statistical Sciences, and have been on the Brown faculty since 1995. I completed my doctoral work in biostatistics at Harvard under the direction of Nan Laird. Prior to that I taught high school mathematics in Los Angeles.
JOSEPH HOGAN, Sc.D., Harvard University, 1995
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AMPATH Research Program
Missing Data in Longitudinal Studies
Center for AIDS Research
Program in Public Health
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