Ding-Geng Chen, PhD
Ding-Geng (Din) Chen, PhD
Dr. Chen is a professor in biostatistics at the Department of Biostatistics, Gillings School of Global Public Health and the Wallace H. Kuralt Distinguished Professor at the School of Social Work. Dr. Chen has more than 200 published papers and co-authored/co-edited 27 books in biostatistical methodology and applications. He is an elected fellow of the American Statistical Association and an elected member of the International Statistical Institute.
Honors and AwardsAward of Recognition for Significant Contribution
2014, American Statistical Association/Deming Conference on Applied StatisticsOutstanding Leadership Award
2013, American Public Health AssociationMeritorious Lecture Plaque
2013, Biopharmaceutical Applied Statistics SymposiumElected Fellow
2016, American Statistical Association
Structural Equation Modelling (SOWO 916)
Multilevel Modelling (SOWO 917)
Biostatistics; clinical trials; adaptive design and analysis; meta-analysis; structural equation modelling; multi-level modelling; cusp catastrophe modelling; methodology development for social interventions
- Bayesian Statistics
- Causal Inference and Structural Equation Modeling
- Clinical Trial Analysis
- Clinical Trial Design
- Statistical Meta-Analysis
-Editor of Springer Book Series “Emerging Topics in Statistics and Biostatistics“
-Co-Editor of Springer/ICSA Book Series in Statistics (with Professor Jiahua Chen),
-Co-Editor of Johns Hopkins University Book Series in Public Health Statistics (with Professor Jeffrey Wilson)
A homoscedasticity test for the Accelerated Failure Time model. Yu, L., Liu, L. and Chen, D.G. (2019). Computational Statistics, 34(1), 433-446.
From statistical power to statistical assurance: It's time for a paradigm change in clinical trial design. Chen, D. G. and Ho, S. (2017). Communications in Statistics - Simulation and Computation, 46(10), 7957-7971.
Weighted Least-Squares Method for Right-Censored Data in Accelerated Failure Time Model. Yu, L., Liu, L. and Chen, D.G. (2013). Biometrics, 69.
Statistical Causal Inferences and their Applications in Public Health Records. He, H., Pan, W. and Chen, D.G. (2016). Springer.
Innovative Statistical Methods for Public Health Data. Chen, D.G. and Wilson, J. (2015). Springer.
PhD, Statistics, University of Guelph, 1995
MSC, Statistics, Hunan University, 1987
Diploma, Applied Mathematics, Jishou University, 1981