Dr. Depeng Jiang is an assistant professor in the department of Community Health Sciences of University of Manitoba and presently serving as a director of Biostatistical Consulting Unit. He is also adjunct professor with Dalla Lana School of Public Health of University of Toronto and with Department of Psychology of York University. He serves as an adjunct research scientist at St Michael’s Hospital and a senior statistical consultant at Child Development Institute in Toronto.
Dr. Jiang had many years of experience in providing statistical consulting to a broad range of clients and training students and researchers on the conduct of statistical analyses. The thrust element of his research is being innovative and conducting research that has high broader impact in quantitative methods for medical science and public health. His main research interests include longitudinal analysis and multilevel models, person-centered statistical approaches (latent class analysis and growth mixture models), structural equation models, clinical trial design and evaluation. He is teaching biostatistics courses in the Department's Graduate Program.
Department of Community Health Sciences, Faculty of Health, College of Medicine, University of Manitoba
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