Tingting Yu is a research fellow at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute. She received her Ph.D. degree in Statistics with a specialization in Biostatistics from the University of British Columbia. Her research area includes longitudinal data analysis, survival data analysis, joint modeling of correlated data, as well as addressing issues of data complications such as censoring and outliers. She is interested in developing statistical methods and tools for unraveling health-related problems, such as uncovering insightful relationships from health data and identifying markers for prediction of disease risk and progression. She currently focusses on joint modeling of multiple non-linear longitudinal processes and developing novel techniques to integrate data from different clinical studies.