Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Biostatistics is home to over 50 members, including Harvard Medical School (HMS) biostatistics faculty and dedicated core staff. Our team is deeply embedded in collaborative statistical methods and applied biomedical research, contributing to more than 170 research projects across the translational spectrum and in diverse domains over 25 Divisions and Departments at MGH and beyond.
We are currently expanding to support the unprecedented analytic needs at MGH. Our collaborative partners include the MGH Cancer Center, the Dauten Family Center for Bipolar Treatment Innovation, the Mongan Institute, and the Sean M. Healey and AMG Center for ALS, among others. We also provide Biostatistics support through Harvard Catalyst, Dana Farber Harvard Cancer Center, the Harvard Center for AIDS Research and the MGH Division of Clinical Research.
MGH Biostatistics is at the leading edge of data science, developing clinical trail designs and analytic methods and tools for big data arising from –omics investigations and electronic health record (EHR) and other real-world data-based studies. Our team has expertise in clinical trials, longitudinal and survival modeling, machine learning and regularization approaches, observational data methods and causal inference.
We also serve as an umbrella and community for quantitative researchers at MGH and welcome new affiliate and associate members. If you are interested in joining our team, explore career openings here or reach out by completing this Affiliation Interest Form.
Andrea S. Foulkes, ScD
Director, MGH Biostatistics