Liangyuan Hu, PhD
- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | Population Health Science and Policy
Dr. Hu is an Assistant Professor of Biostatistics in the Department of Population Health Science & Policy at Mount Sinai School of Medicine. She is also affiliated with the Tisch Cancer Institute and the Institute for Health Care Delivery Science. She received her PhD in Biostatistics from Brown University. Dr. Hu’s research focuses on statistical methods for causal inference, missing data, survival analysis, longitudinal data analysis and Bayesian inference. She is particularly interested in leveraging large-scale electronic health records data to address public health research questions with methodological rigor.
Dr. Hu is the PI of a PCORI grant developing and improving statistical methods for the estimation of causal effects and the handling of unmeasured confounding in the context of multiple treatments. She is an organizer of the Biostatistics Seminar Workshop at the I-HDS and a primary statistical reviewer on the Protocol Review and Monitoring Committee. She teaches Statistical Inference in Spring I term.
MSc in Statistics, University of Alberta
PhD in Biostatistics, Brown University
ASA Outstanding Statistical Application Award
Student Paper Award
Best Graduate or Post-Doctoral Trainee Poster Presentation
CFAR Trainee Support Award, Lifespan/Turfs/Brown Center for AIDS Research
Best Poster Award
Josephine M. Mitchell Scholarship for Excellence in Academic Achievements