Michael Hudgens, PhD
Michael Hudgens, PhD
Professor Hudgens has co-authored more than 300 peer-reviewed papers in statistical journals such as Biometrics, Biometrika, JASA and JRSS-B as well as biomedical journals such as the Lancet, Nature and New England Journal of Medicine. He currently serves as an associate editor for Biometrics. He is an elected fellow of the American Statistical Association and has taught graduate-level biostatistics courses at UNC for over 15 years.
Michael Hudgens in the Gillings news
- 4 Gillings faculty members honored with 2023 awards for mentorship, teaching, research and service
- UNC researchers to use $3 million grant to improve cervical cancer screening and treatment
- Findings from Kenya: Male circumcision reduces HPV infections
- Gillings researchers identify potential strategy for rapid scale-up of COVID-19 testing
- UNC awarded $2.91 million to create new ultra-long-acting HIV drug delivery implant
Honors and AwardsKutner Distinguished Alumni Award
2019, Emory Department of Biostatistics and BioinformaticsEdward G. McGavran Award for Excellence in Teaching
2015, Gillings School of Global Public HealthElected Fellow
2012, American Statistical Association
Introductory Survival Analysis (BIOS 680) | Syllabus
Casual Inference in Biomedical Research (BIOS 776) | Syllabus
Research ActivitiesSurvival Analysis, Causal Inference, Infectious Diseases, Epidemiology, Clinical Trials
Associate Editor, Biometrics
Randomization inference with general interference and censoring. WW Loh, MG Hudgens, JD Clemens, M Ali, ME Emch. (2020). Biometrics, 76(1), 235-245.
Downstream Effects of Upstream Causes. Saul, B.C., Hudgens, M.G. and Mallin, M.A. (2019). Journal of the American Statistical Association, 114(528), 1493–1504.
Average treatment effects in the presence of unknown interference. F Savje, PM Aronow, MG Hudgens (2021). Annals of Statistics, 181(4), 1193-1209.
PhD, Biostatistics, Emory University, 2000
MS, Mathematics, University of Florida, 1996
BS, Mathematics, University of Florida, 1994