Michael Hudgens, PhD
Honors and AwardsEdward G. McGavran Award for Excellence in Teaching
2015, Gillings School of Global Public HealthElected Fellow
2012, American Statistical AssociationFaculty Award
2012, Delta OmegaResearch Mentor of Kupper Dissertation Publication Award
2011, Department of Biostatistics, University of North Carolina at Chapel HillCharles C. Shepard Science Award
2011, Centers for Disease Prevention and ControlDevelopmental Award
2006, UNC Center for AIDS ResearchYoung Investigator Award, Section on Statistics in Epidemiology
2004, American Statistical AssociationDistinguished Student Paper Award
2000, Eastern North American Region of the International Biometric SocietyNIAID AIDS Training Grant Fellowship
1997-2000, Emory UniversityGraduate Teaching Assistantship
1994-1995, Department of Mathematics, University of FloridaFlorida Undergraduate Scholarship
1990-1994, University of Florida
Introductory Survival Analysis (BIOS 680) | Syllabus
Casual Inference in Biomedical Research (BIOS 776) | Syllabus
Research ActivitiesSurvival Analysis
Large sample randomization inference of causal effects in the presence of interference. Liu, L., Hudgens, M.G. (2014). Journal of the American Statistical Association, 109(505), 288-301.
Sharpening bounds on principal effects with covariates. DM Long, MG Hudgens (2013). Biometrics, 69(4), 812-819.
Sensitivity Analysis of Per-Protocol Time-to-Event Treatment Efficacy in Randomized Clinical Trials. PB Gilbert, BE Shepherd, MG Hudgens (2013). Journal of the American Statistical Association, 108(503), 789-800.
Pooled individual data analysis of 5 randomized trials of infant nevirapine prophylaxis to prevent breast-milk HIV-1 transmission. MG Hudgens, TE Taha, SB Omer, DJ Jamieson, H Lee, LM Mofenson, et al (2012). Clinical Infectious Diseases, 56(1), 131-139.
Maternal and infant antiretroviral regimens to prevent postnatal HIV-1 transmission: 48-week follow-up of the BAN randomised controlled trial. DJ Jamieson, CS Chasela, MG Hudgens, CC King, AP Kourtis, D Kayira, et al (2012). The Lancet, 379(9835), 2449-2458.
PhD, Biostatistics, Emory University, 2000
MS, Mathematics, University of Florida, 1996
BS, Mathematics, University of Florida, 1994