Amy Shui, MA

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Biostatistician


Amy Shui joined MGH Biostatistics as a biostatistician in 2006. She is now a per diem biostatistician for MGH and a Senior Statistician in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at University of California San Francisco. She currently supports MGH investigators with the analysis of observational studies in radiation oncology, and she is a member of the UCSF Department of Surgery Biostatistics Core. Her interests include dynamic risk prediction, propensity score matching, and sleep issues in autism (https://profiles.ucsf.edu/amy.shui). She has been an adjunct statistics instructor at New York University and has presented seminars to the UCSF Department of Surgery on statistical analysis of observational data, developing and validating a risk score using EMR data, and the optimal full propensity score matching method.

Amy holds an MA in biostatistics from Boston University, an MA in secondary mathematics education from New York University, and an SB in mathematics from MIT.