About Ji-Hyun Lee
Dr. Ji-Hyun Lee is a Professor of Biostatistics at the Department of Biostatistics in the University of Florida as well as Director of the Division of Quantitative Sciences at the University of Florida Health Cancer Center (UFHCC). Her responsibility at the UFHCC is to provide strategic leadership and administrative direction for the integrated and rigorous research for the Cancer Center scientists. Dr. Lee earned her master’s degree and doctorate in Biostatistics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her research focuses on design and conduct of clinical trials, cluster/group randomized trials, methods for repeated measurements, Bayesian approach, and Best Statistical practices. She has authored over 150 peer-reviewed articles, particularly focused on therapeutic cancer research, social behavior intervention development, and population sciences in the health disparity field. As a lead statistician, she has served on or directed several Biostatistical Cores in large programmatic grants including SPORE, P30, and P50. Dr. Lee is an elected American Statistical Association (ASA) Fellow and a certified professional statistician through the ASA (PStat®). She serves the scientific review and monitoring committee for the UFHCC.
Dr. Lee’s research focuses on the design and conduct of clinical trials, cluster/group randomized trials, methods for repeated measurements, Bayesian approach, and Best Statistical practices.
- Clinical Trials Design & Analysis
- Longitudinal Data Analysis
- Health Disparities
- Hidden Markov models
- Smoking Cessation