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Mei-Cheng Wang, PhD — Contributing Investigator

Mei-Cheng Wang, PhD, is Professor in the Department of Biostatistics in the School of Public Health.  Dr. Wang’s qualifications include extensive experience, dating to 1986, of engagement in collaborative studies, sample size calculation, analysis of prevalent cohort and multivariate survival, and the broader development of statistical methods.  She has originated methods to study truncation, length-bias, and prevalent sampling models in survival analysis with applications to mental health, cancer, and AIDS, and has made significant contributions to the semi-parametric analysis of recurrent event data.  She is currently the PI of an NIAID R01, " Statistical Methods For AIDS Research", studying survival, recurrent events, and marker process data in HIV/AIDS clinical trials and cohort studies.  Her research expertise is relevant for pediatric and mental health research with longitudinal study designs where data are likely to be observed subject to censoring, missing data, and sampling bias.  She directs the Data Management component of the Operations Core, conducts statistical analyses, offers guidance on novel design issues, and oversees the statistical support provided by a biostatistics doctoral student and the biostatistics component of the Hopkins CTSA. 


Contact Information:
Mei-Cheng Wang, PhD
Professor, Biostatistics Department
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
615 North Wolfe Street, E3546
Baltimore, MD 21205
Tel: 410-955-7775
Fax: 410-955-0958