Bioinformatics/Biostatistics Methodology Research
Quantitative Health Sciences (QHS) is a leading academic department in the John A. Burns School of Medicine for the development and application of quantitative methodology across the biomedical sciences. We also have collaborative partnerships with various research groups in Hawaii outside of the medical school.
Our skilled QHS members are dedicated to conducting collaborative and methodological research in a wide range of areas, including study design, survey methodology, clinical trials/studies, epidemiological research, community-based research, large-scale “omics” data analysis and other basic science research, longitudinal data analysis, Bayesian methodologies, survival analysis, structural equation modeling, spatial analysis, diagnostics, non-parametric and semi-parametric methods, bioinformatics data analysis, and biomedical informatics.
Since year 2011, QHS members have collaborated on more than 1,100 projects and participated in more than 200 peer-reviewed publications by serving as main authors or co-authors.