Erica EM Moodie
Welcome. I am a William Dawson Scholar and an Associate Professor of Biostatistics at McGill University. I am also the Biostatistics Graduate Program Director and the director of the McGill Health Statistics Training Network.
My methodological work is focused on developing reliable, reproducible, and robust tools to improve health research, with a focus on adaptive treatment strategies for precision medicine.
As a Biostatistician, my role is to develop broadly applicable theory and methods that facilitate reliable, reproducible, and robust health research. I have an extensive track record in quantitative methods for HIV research, and expanding collaborations in oncology and mental health.
This edited volume brings together cutting edge research in the young but rapidly expanding field of adaptive treatment strategies. The book consists of both of didactic and introductory-level chapters and more advanced material from authors both in statistics and computer sciences.
This textbook is the first didactic text on adaptive treatment strategies (ATS), i.e. the statistical approach to personalized medicine. This book covers study and trial designs that can be used to estimate ATS and provides theory, details of implementation, and examples of ATS in practice. It is the key reference in the field of ATS.
My primary objective as a mentor is to impart my enthusiasm for research to my trainees, while teaching necessary skills such as critical evaluation of the literature, attention to detail, and outstanding communication. Topics studied by my trainees involve challenging methodological work that is driven by, and provides answers to, complex clinical questions. Learn more about my trainees.
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