Jing Huang, PhD



Jing Huang, PhD

Jing Huang, PhD

Assistant Professor of Biostatistics

Dr. Huang’s research interests focus on evidence generation and integration from multiple sources of large healthcare data—including the multi-institutional electronic health records, safety reports from FDA/CDC funded drug/vaccine safety surveillance systems, and wearable health devices data—for evidence-based intervention and precision medicine.

She joined the biostatistics faculty at the University of Pennsylvania in 2018. Dr. Huang also holds an appointment as an Assistant Professor of Biostatistics in Pediatrics, at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

Content Area Specialties

Cardiology, nutrition and inflammatory bowel disease, pediatrics, pharmacoepidemiology, psychology, renal disorders

Methodology Specialties

Methods for analysis of large healthcare data, causal inference, Bayesian modeling and methods, functional data analysis, predictive modeling

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