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Hao Huang, MD, MPH

Research Scientist in Biostatistics



Dr. 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.

Education & Training

  • MPH
    Yale School of Public Health (2009)
  • MS
    The First Military Medical University (2001)
  • MD
    The First Military Medical University (1996)

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