Hang Lee, PhD
Hang Lee joined MGH Biostatistics Center in 2001. He is Associate Director of Collaborative Research & Consulting at the Center and Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard medical School. He also serves as Associate Director of the Harvard Catalyst (Center for Translational and Clinical Science) Biostatistics Program housed at MGH Biostatistics Center, and lead statistician for the MGH Division of Clinical Research (DCR) Biostatistics Unit. Dr. Lee has extensive collaborative research experience with clinical departments and research programs involving cooperative group coordinating center lead statistician role for national multi-center clinical trials and collaboration with study teams and individual investigators on designing clinical studies, and he co-authored a wide range of collaborative research articles.
Dr. Lee earned his PhD in Biometry from University of Southern California. Dr. Lee’s methodological interests are in the robust inference on clustered- and longitudinal outcomes. Before joining the Center, he was Research Fellow in Biostatistics at Harvard School of Public Health; Instructor at Harvard Department of Psychiatry and Harvard Institute of Psychiatric Epidemiology and Psychiatric Genetics at Massachusetts Mental Health Center; and Director of Biostatistics at UCLA Center for Vaccine Research and Assistant Professor at UCLA School of Medicine.