Dr. Min Zhan is an Associate Professor of Biostatistics in the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health. She received her PhD degree in Statistics from University of Waterloo in Canada. She has substantial experience in collaborating with biomedical researchers, in the areas of nephrology, cardiovascular diseases, infectious diseases, neurology, and cancer. She has served as a biostatistician /co-investigator on numerous projects funded by National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Veterans Health Administration Research and Development (VA). One of her current research interests is to examine patient safety incidents in chronic kidney disease. In addition to research, she also teaches several courses for graduate students and serves on multiple graduate student dissertation committees.
Health services research in chronic kidney disease, cancer, and other chronic diseases; Patient safety; Biomarker studies; Population-based health surveys; Survival analysis; Longitudinal studies; Applications of statistical methods in clinical research.