Senior Administrative Assistant School of Public Health
Research Scientist in BiostatisticsDr. Huang is a Research Scientist at Yale School of Public Health. His early studies were focused on the field of basic research, with study interests including the mechanism of neuronal death after ischemia, glia cell functions in the brain, neuronal circuit, mechanisms, and regulation of sleeping and food intake. Since 2009, his study interests have been changed to clinical studies and public health. As one of the core members in the Collaborative Center of Statistics in Science at Yale, Dr. Huang have been actively involved in several important clinical trials, including the Pregnancy in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome II (PPCOS II) study, the Assessment of multiple intrauterine gestations from ovarian stimulation (AMIGOS) study, and the Effects of Physiologic Oxygen Tension on Clinical In Vitro Fertilization Outcomes (PhOx) study. As a data director and lead statistician, Dr. Huang played important roles in the study design, data monitoring, data management, statistical analysis and manuscript publications. Currently, Dr. Huang is actively involved in the running 3 clinical trials and two observational studies. He also helps supervise the secondary and ancillary publications within the network.
Susan Dwight Bliss Professor of Biostatistics, Professor in the Child Study Center and Professor of Statistics and Data Science, Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences; Affiliated Faculty, Yale Institute for Global HealthDr. Zhang published over 370 research articles and monographs in theory and applications of statistical methods and in several areas of biomedical research including epidemiology, genetics, child and women health, mental health, substance use, and reproductive medicine. He directed a training program in mental health research that was funded by the NIMH. He directs the Collaborative Center for Statistics in Science that coordinates the Reproductive Medicine Network to evaluate treatment effectiveness for infertility. He is a fellow of the American Statistical Association and a fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics. He was named the 2008 Myrto Lefokopoulou distinguished lecturer by Harvard School of Public Health and a Medallion Lecturer by the Institute of Mathematical Statistics. In 2011, he received the Royan International Award on Reproductive Health. Dr. Zhang was the president of the International Chinese Statistical Association in 2019. He is a former-editor of the Journal of the American Statistical Association - Applications and Case Studies. He was the recipient of the 2022 Neyman Award and Lecture by the Institute of Mathematical Statistics and the 2023 Distinguished Achievement Award by the International Chinese Statistical Association.