Hae-Young Kim, M.S., Dr.P.H.
Associate Professor of Biostatistics
Dr. Hae-Young Kim is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Community Health at NYMC's School of Health Sciences and Practice. Dr. Kim received M.S. and Dr.P.H. degrees in Biostatistics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prior to joining the New York Medical College, Dr. Kim was a senior research scientist/biostatistician at the New England Research Institutes (Watertown, MA), where she involved in the study design and analysis of clinical trials and observational studies. Dr. Kim's primary research interests include statistical methods in clinical trials, clustered correlated data, survival analysis, longitudinal data analysis, and sample size/power calculations. Dr. Kim has authored/co-authored over 40 articles in public health or clinical trial studies and has published extensively in peer-reviewed journals, including Gastroenterology, Hepatology, Blood, Circulation (Heart Failure), Journal of Urology. She has written several first-author papers for the statistical methods journals such as Biometrics and Statistics in Medicine. Her papers focused on survival analysis, cost-efficient HIV screening methods, and sample size and power calculation methods for longitudinal studies with correlated ordinal outcomes and for interval censored survival outcomes.
Qiuhu Shi, M.S., M.S., Ph.D.
Professor of Biostatistics
Dr. Qiuhu Shi is professor and Director of Biostatistics in the Department of Epidemiology and Community Health at NYMC's School of Health Sciences and Practice. Dr. Shi's primary research interests include clinical trial design, planning and analysis, as well as statistical methodological research in building and testing prediction models in public health. He has co-authored over 70 articles in public health or clinical trial studies, been a statistician or co-investigator in many NIH grants, reviewed clinical papers for numerous journals, and taught graduate level biostatistics courses for more than 15 years.