Phone: (914) 594-4622
Department of Epidemiology and Community Health
School of Health Sciences and Practice
New York Medical College
Valhalla, NY 10595
Dr. Hae-Young Kim is an Associate Professor of Biostatistics in the Department of Epidemiology and Community Health at NYMC's School of Health Sciences and Practice. Dr. Kim received M.S. and DrPH 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, where she was involved in the study design and analysis of clinical trials and observational studies. She has been a biostatistician for many multicenter studies funded by NIH and reviewed statistical and clinical papers for numerous journals. She has experience in collaborative research and statistical methods research related to studies of cancer and infectious disease. 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. She has co-authored more than 50 peer-reviewed papers in statistical journals such as Biometrics and Statistics in Medicine as well as biomedical journals such as Gastroenterology, Hepatology, Blood, and Circulation. She has written several first-author papers which 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. She has taught graduate level biostatistics courses (including Introduction to Biostatistics, Mathematical Statistics I: Probability, Mathematical Statistics II: Inference, Survival Analysis, Statistical Modeling, Introduction to Clinical Design, Survey Sampling and Data Analysis, Large Observational Data Analysis).
Graduate Degree: Dr.P.H., M.S., M.A.
Graduate Degree Institution: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, (M.S., Dr.P.H.), Ewha Womans University (M.A.) in South Korea
Undergraduate Degree and Institution: Ewha Womans University, South Korea
Lin H.-M., Kim H.-Y., Williamson J.M. Chapter 7: Basic Mathematics and Statistics in Medical Research. BASIC Essentials: A Comprehensive Review for the Anesthesiology BASIC Exam. Cambridge Press. (in press).
SorensenG, Pednekar M, Cordeira L.S., Pawar P, Nagler E, Stoddard A.M., Kim H.-Y., and Gupta P.C. Effects of a Worksite Tobacco Control Intervention in India: The Mumbai Worksite Tobacco Control Study, a Cluster Randomized Trial. Tobacco Control, In Press (2016).
Lewis E.F., Kim H.-Y., Claggett B., et al. Impact of Spironolactone on Longitudinal Changes in Health-Related Quality of Life in the Treatment of Preserved Cardiac Function Heart Failure with an Aldosterone Antagonist Trial. Circulation: Heart Failure, 9(3), e001937, (2016).
Kim H.-Y., Williamson J.M., and Lin H.-M. Power and Sample Size Calculations for Interval-Censored Survival Analysis. Statistics in Medicine, 35(8); 1390-400, (2016).
Morris C.R., Kim H.-Y., Klings E.S., et al. Dysregulated arginine metabolism and cardiopulmonary dysfunction in patients with thalassaemia. British Journal of Hematology, 169(6); 887-98, (2015).
Rebok G., Ball K., Roybal E.R., Guey L., Jones R., Kim H.-Y., et al. Ten-Year Effects of the Advanced Cognitive Training for Independent and Vital Elderly Cognitive Training Trial on Cognition and Everyday Functioning in Older Adults. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 62(1):16-24, (2014).
Thompson A.A., Kim H.-Y., Singer S.T., et al. Pregnancy Outcomes in Women with Thalassemia in North America and the UK. American Journal of Hematology, 88(9): 771-773, (2013).
Morris C.R., Kim H.-Y., Wood J., et al. Sildenafil Therapy in Thalassemia Patients with Doppler-defined Risk for Pulmonary Hypertension. Haematologica, 98 (9): 1359-67, (2013).
Lin H.-M., Kim H.-Y., Williamson J.M. and Lesser V.M. Estimating Agreement Coefficient from Sample Survey Data. Survey Methodology, 38 (1); 63-72, (2012).
Kwiatkowski J.L., Kim H.-Y., Thompson A.A., et al. Chelation Use and Iron Burden in North America and British Thalassemia Patients: A report from the Thalassemia Longitudinal Cohort. Blood, 119 (12): 2746-2753, (2012).
Ghany M.G., Kim H.-Y., Stoddard A.M., et al. Predicting Clinical Outcomes Using Baseline and Follow-up Laboratory Data from the Hepatitis C Long-term Treatment against Cirrhosis Trial. Hepatology, 54 (5); 1527-1537, (2011).
Morris C.R., Kim H.-Y., Trachtenberg F., et al. Risks Factors and Mortality Associated with an Elevated Tricuspid Regurgitant Jet Velocity Measured by Doppler Echocardiography in Thalassemia: A Thalassemia Clinical Research Network Report. Blood, 118 (14); 3794-3802, (2011).
Olivieri N.F., Saunthararajah Y., Thayalasuthan V., Kwiatkowski J., Ware R.E., Kuypers F.A., Kim H.-Y., et al. A Pilot Study of Subcutaneous Decitabine in Beta-Thalassemia Intermedia. Blood, 118 (10); 2708-2711, (2011).
Hudgens M.G. and Kim H.-Y. Optimal Configuration of a Square Array Group Testing Algorithm. Communications in Statistics - Theory and Methods, 40 (3); 436-448, (2011).
Morgan T.R., Ghany M.G., Kim H.-Y., Snow K.K., et al. Outcome of Sustained Virological Responders with Histologically Advanced Chronic Hepatitis C. Hepatology, 52 (3); 833-844, (2010).
Kim H.-Y. and Hudgens M.G. Three-Dimensional Array-Based Group Testing Algorithms. Biometrics, 65 (3); 903-910, (2009).
Everhart J.E, Lok A.S., Kim H.-Y., Morgan T.R., et al. Weight Related Effects on Liver Disease Progression in the Hepatitis C Antiviral Long-Term Treatment Against Cirrhosis (HALT-C) Trial. Gastroenterology, 137 (2); 549-557, (2009).
Williamson J.M., Lin H.-M., and Kim H.-Y. Power Calculations for Current-Status Survival Analysis. Statistics in Medicine, 28 (15); 1999-2011, (2009).
Williamson J.M., Kim H.-Y., Manatunga A.K., and Addiss D.G. Modeling Survival Data with Informative Cluster Size. Statistics in Medicine, 27 (4); 543-555, (2008).
Kim H.-Y., Hudgens M.G., Dreyfuss J.M., Westreich D.J., and Pilcher C.D. Comparison of Group Testing Algorithms for Case Identification in the Presence of Test Error. Biometrics, 63 (4); 1152-1163, (2007).
Williamson J.M., Kim H.-Y., and Warner L. Weighting Condom Use Data to Account for Nonignorable Cluster Size. Annals of Epidemiology, 17 (8); 603-607, (2007).
Kim H.-Y., Williamson J.M., and Lyles C.M. Sample Size Calculations for Studies with Correlated Ordinal Outcomes. Statistics in Medicine, 24 (19); 2977-2987, (2005).
Dr. Kim’s Researchgate Website: http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Hae-Young_Kim