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Emory Rollins School of Public Health

Yuan  Liu

Research Associate Professor

Faculty, Biostatistics and Bioinformatics

With an overall ten years’ in-depth collaborations in medical/cancer/public health research, Dr. Liu holds over one hundred peer-reviewed publications and served as a lead biostatistician in variety grant proposals (e.g., R01, P01, SPORE, U54). She has a broad spectrum of experiences and expertises in cancer research, such as cancer outcome research based on national cancer registry databases, Causal inference based on observational studies, cancer risk stratification and validation, dynamic prognostic biomarker development for early cancer diagnosis, optimal treatment region, and phase I and II clinical trial design. She determines to bridge the statistical innovation to clinical research, to promote high standards in research with quality and efficiency in collaboration, and to challenge students to gain real-life skills and to be independent. She also initiated an efficient collaborative framework and analytic workflow for NCDB related collaboration and created a sequential high-performance SAS macro for streamlined data analysis. 

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Contact Information

Biostatistics Shared Core Resource at WCI ,

Atlanta , GA 30322

GCR 352, 1518 Clifton Rd.

Phone: (404)778-1989

Fax: (404)778-5016

Email: yliu31@emory.edu

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Areas of Interest

  • Biomarkers
  • Cancer Prevention
  • Clinical Trials
  • Health Outcomes
  • Longitudinal Analysis
  • Survival Analysis

Education

  • Ph.D. 2008, University of South Carolina

Publications

  • , , Excess Cost and Predictive Factors of Esophagectomy Complications in the SEER-Medicare Database, Ann Thorac Surg, ,
  • , , Is less more? Comparing chemotherapy alone with chemotherapy and radiation for high-risk grade 2 glioma: An analysis of the National Cancer Data Base, Cancer, ,
  • , , Mental Health of Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Youth Compared With Their Peers, Pediatrics, ,
  • , , Studying a Rare Disease Using Multi-Institutional Research Collaborations vs Big Data: Where Lies the Truth? , J Am Coll Surg, ,