Primary Faculty Within Biostatistics
Professors, Assistant Professors and Associate Professors
Karen Bandeen-Roche, PhD, MS, creates statistical reasoning needed to learn how we can lengthen healthy life and increase independence for older adults.
Brian Caffo, PhD, MS, is a biostatistician who studies big, complex data in the neurosciences.
Nilanjan Chatterjee, PhD, MS, models disease risk associated with genetic, lifestyle, biomarkers. and other factors, with the goal of improving disease prevention.
Ciprian Crainiceanu, PhD, MS, is a biostatistician who works on complex, high dimensional data obtained from wearable and implantable computing and neuroimaging studies.
Marie Diener-West, PhD ’84, Chair of MPH Program and Professor of Biostatistics, teaches and collaborates in the design, conduct, and analysis of multicenter clinical trials.
Stephanie Hicks, PhD, MA, in an applied statistician who develops methods, tools and open source software for the analysis of genomics data.
Hongkai Ji, PhD, MA, ME, develops data science and statistical methods for analyzing high-throughput and single cell genomic data in order to study gene regulation.
Jeff Leek, PhD, MS, is focused on making public health data easier for everyone to use, through training, technology development, and statistical research.
Martin Lindquist, MSc, PhD, works on mathematical and statistical problems relating to neuroimaging with a particular focus on functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) data.
Thomas A. Louis, PhD, collaborates on biomedical studies and surveys using the Bayesian framework as an aid to navigation.
Aki Nishimura, PhD, MS, uses Bayesian methods and statistical computing to tackle methodological challenges in healthcare analytics and large-scale biomedical applications.
Betsy Ogburn, PhD, MS, develops methods for causal inference with complex data, including social network data and data with unmeasured confounding or interference.
Roger Peng, PhD, MS, develops data science and machine learning approaches to studying how the indoor and outdoor environment affects human health.
Michael Rosenblum, PhD, MS, develops innovative clinical trial designs and open-source software to efficiently learn which treatments work best for which populations.
Mei-Cheng Wang, PhD, develops analytical methods for time-to-event data, recurrent events, and recurrent marker processes, with applications for follow-up and longitudinal studies.
Scott L. Zeger, PhD co-directs the Hopkins inHealth program, a university-wide collaboration to use medical data more intelligently to improve health outcomes and lower costs.
Ni Zhao, MS, MD, PhD, develops statistical and computational methodologies for analyzing large scale "omics" data generated from high throughput technologies, including metagenomics, genomics, and others.
Assistant, Associate and Senior Scientists
Josh Betz, MS, brings rigorous and reproducible quantitative methods to complex data sources, allowing researchers to address research challenges in public health,
Elizabeth Colantuoni, PhD '07, ScM, works to improve the design and analysis of research studies conducted among neonates, children and adults with critical illness.
Leah Jager, PhD, teaches biostatistics and researches how people analyze data with the goal of improving the data analytic process.
John McGready, PhD '08, ScM, shares the joy, importance, and utility of biostatistics with students, and works closely with faculty and clinicians on public-health research.
John Muschelli, PhD '16, ScM '10, studies how biostatistics and data science can use neuroimaging and accelerometry data to improve clinical practice.
Margaret Taub, PhD, works collaboratively with clinicians and epidemiologists to use genetic and genomic data to understand the causes of complex diseases.
Jiangxia Wang, MA, MS, teaches and provides statistical consulting to advance research in public health and medicine with a focus on studies in neurology and ophthalmology.
Carrie Wright, PhD, works on making data science and bioinformatics more approachable and accessible to wide audiences of varied computational experience.
Gayane Yenokyan, MD, PhD '09, MHS '09, MPH, is a consulting statistician leading the Biostatistics Center and co-directing the JH ICTR Biostatistics Program.
Weiqiang Zhou, PhD, develops statistical and computational tools for integrative analysis of large-scale genomic data to study gene regulation in cancer and immune system.
Senior Research Associates and Research Associates
Mary Joy Argo ensures the high quality of Biostatistics graduate programs and the quality of the student experience.
Gwendolyn Clemens, MS ‘03, uses data management skills to ensure integrity of data in studies, spanning planning, implementation, data collection, and preparation of datasets.
Yifan Zhang, MS ’20, provides biostatistics support for the Cerebral Fluid Center and biostatistical consultations to researchers at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions.