Elena Li, Lead Research Associate
Zhonghe (Elena) Li is the Lead Research Associate in the Department of Population Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care (HPHC). Before joining HPHC, she had worked at Harvard T.S. Chan School of Public Health for over sixteen years on health service research. her research covers disparity in healthcare, quality of care and patient outcomes, pay for performance, patient-centered medical homes, fragmentation of care and cost, surgical safety, management culture and care outcomes, sugar intake and obesity, and mental health of children and minorities.
She has extensive experience with claims data including commercial, Medicaid and Medicare, and national surveys data. Her past research involved many quasi-experimental designs (E.g. interrupted time series and difference-in-difference modeling), which required propensity matching/inverse probability weight, GEE, and bootstrapping. She also has experience in survey instrument design and psychometrics analysis. Her new interest is in prediction and machine learning.
Her publications can be found here.
Zach Hastings, Administrative Specialist
Zach Hastings is an Administrative Specialist in the Division of Biostatistics in the Department of Population Medicine, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute. He graduated with a B.S. from Westfield State University and is currently working towards obtaining his MBA in Management from Fitchburg State University.
Phone: (617) 867-4855
Ante Bing, Research Assistant
Ante Bing is a Masters student studying Biostatistics at Harvard. He obtained his B.S. degree in Statistics with a focus on Biostatistics from Pennsylvania State University. His research interests include longitudinal data analysis, clinical trial design and polytomous logistic regression. Ante is currently working on modeling the viral load in HIV patients using mechanistic models.
Meg Powers, Project Manager
Dustin Rabideau is a PhD student in Biostatistics at Harvard. He obtained a B.A. in Mathematics and French from SUNY Geneseo and a M.S. in Biostatistics from Harvard. After his M.S., Dustin worked at Massachusetts General Hospital Biostatistics Center with applications in clinical trials, psychiatry, cancer biomaker discovery, immunology, HIV/AIDS, and cardiology. His research interests are broad but currently focus on robust methods for cluster randomized trials.
Linda Harrison is a PhD student in Biostatistics at Harvard. Prior ro commencing her PhD studies she completed a masters in Medical Statistics at London School of Hygiene and Topical Medicine. Subsequently she has worked as a Statistician on HIV trials and observational studies. First at the Medical Research Council Clinical Trials Unit in London and then at the Center for Biostatistics in AIDS Reseach at the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health. Her current interests include design of cluster randomized studies; in particular sample size calculations for stepped wedge designs.
Department of Statistics and Finance, University of Science and Technology of China, Anhui, China