Current Position and Professional Functions:
Natalie (Xinyi) is a biostatistician in UHN's Biostatistics Research Unit at the Toronto General Hospital Research Institute. She collaborates with research clinicians from different departments on a variety of research studies. She is responsible for conducting and reporting statistical analyses for research publications.
Education and Training
Natalie holds a PhD degree in biostatistics from Queen's University, focused on longitudinal studies and subgroup analysis. She has a Bachelor's degree in information and computer science (Jilin University, China) and a Master's degree in statistics (University of Science and Technology of China). She also holds a Master's degree in biostatistics at Queen's University.
Research Interests and Expertise
- Longitudinal data
- Subgroup analysis
- Statistical method for biomarker development
- Clinical trials