Hana LeeAssistant Professor of Biostatistics (Research)[ Inactive ]
I am a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Biostatistics at the Brown University School of Public Health. I received my Master and PhD in Biostatistics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Before I came to the US, I studied Statistics at Seoul National University in South Korea.
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Reducing lost to follow-up in a large clinical trial of prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV: The Breastfeeding, Antiretrovirals and Nutrition study experience
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I am primarily interested in problems relating to the analysis of observational/survival data, causal inference, and clinical research on AIDS therapies. My current research focus are developing statistical methods for biomedical survival data with various sampling designs on the basis of causal inference framework, methods for analysis of survival data with incomplete covariate measurements, and methods for identifying prognostic factors for the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) related problems.
My primary research interests focus on problems relating to the analysis of survival data, causal inference, and clinical research on AIDS therapies. Long-term biomedical studies are often conducted as observational because randomized experiments are sometimes unethical, unfeasible, or simply too lengthy for timely decisions. Unlike randomized clinical trials, observational studies to assess the effect of a treatment (or, other clinical variables of interest such as policy or other intervention) may entail confounding effect of covariates, that is, covariates predict the treatment assignment. I aim to develop statistical methods that can appropriately adjust the confounding effect from prognostic factor(s) to the treatment assignment in observational studies so that investigators can avoid misleading results, and more importantly, can obtain meaningful findings which can further to guide the design of future randomized trials, health policy, and other clinical decisions. Also, I became more interested in cost and effort saving designs with a little loss of efficiency as modern clinical trials desire to acquire extensive covariate information from study participants. A common thread in my research lies on these motivations.
1. CFAR Supplement 004712, 07/31/15-06/30/16, 1.0 calendar NIH/The Miriam Hospital Subcontract, amount: $108,126
A statistical framework for integrated analysis of the HIV care cascade using data from CNICS
Role: Principal Investigator
2. R01 HL125487-01A1 (PI: Vendathan), 04/01/15 - 03/31/20, 5.0 calendar NIH
Bridging Income Generation with GrouP Integrated Care (BIGPIC)
5. P30 AI042853-15 (PI C. Carpenter, Co-I Hogan), 09/01/98 - 06/30/17, 3.0 calendar NIH/The Miriam Hospital Subcontract, amount:$131,666
Center for AIDS Research Biostatistics Core
Role: Faculty Statistician
awards and honors
Student Travel Awards, School of Public Health, UNC, 2011 ENAR, 2013 ENAR, and 2013 JSM
Max Halperin Scholarship for Excellence in Graduate Studies, UNC, 2007
Hongsan Foundation Fellowship Recipient, SNU, 2003-2005
SNU Scholarship, 2001-2003
Bauer, Cici Adjunct Assistant Professor of Biostatistics
Genberg, Becky Adjunct Assistant Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice
Hogan, Joseph Carole and Lawrence Sirovich Professor of Public Health, Professor of Biostatistics, Chair of Biostatistics
Kahler, Christopher Professor of Behavioral and Social Sciences, Chair of Behavioral and Social Sciences
Papas, Rebecca Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior (Research)
Taylor, Lynn Associate Professor of Medicine, Clinician Educator
American Statistical Association (ASA)
Institute of Mathematical Statistics International Biometric Society (ENAR)
Korean International Statistical Society (KISS)
PHP2610 Causal Inference and Missing Data 2015 Fall
PHP2610 Causal Inference and Missing Data 2014 Fall, guest lectures onPropensity score, inverse probability weighting, and imputation methods & Doubly robust estimators.
PHP2602 Analysis of Lifetime Data 2014 Fall, guest lecture on Cox models with case weights & An introduction to causal inference, with extensions to time to event data.
PHP 2610 - Causal Inference and Missing Data. Fall 2015.