Marcello Pagano, Professor of Statistical Computing, obtained his Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University and has spent the last 35 years on the faculty at the Harvard T.H. Chan School Public Health teaching biostatistics and advising students. Thrice during his time at Harvard he was selected by students for the Teaching Citation and once as Teacher of the Year.
He also authored one of the most widely-used foundational textbooks in Biostatistics, which is now available in seven languages. His research focuses on compute intensive inference and surveillance methods involving screening methodologies and their associated laboratory tests, and on obtaining more accurate testing results using existing technologies. The accuracy of these screening tests is important--for example to maintain the integrity of the nation's blood supply--and it is doubly beneficial if these methods are also cheaper to implement and therefore can be more widely used.
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