Qixuan Chen, PhD

Qixuan ChenDr. Qixuan Chen is Assistant Professor of Biostatistics at Columbia University. Her primary research interests are in the analysis of complex survey data and data with missing values. Her research on survey sampling focuses on Bayesian model-based methods that include sample weights as covariates in the models. Her research on missing data focuses on multiple imputation and survey nonresponse. Dr. Chen is also interested in the novel application of Bayesian models and latent class methods in the population health research. In collaborative research, she has been serving as lead statistician and co-Investigator on multiple NIH, CDC and foundation grants, with the applications to environmental health sciences, psychiatry and mental health, substance abuse, and injury epidemiology. Dr. Chen has published over 40 manuscripts in peer-reviewed journals. She holds a PhD in Biostatistics and a certificate in survey sampling from the University of Michigan.

Research interests

  • survey sampling
  • missing data
  • Bayesian analysis
  • latent class analysis
  • population health

Contact information

Office/Address:
722 West 168th Street, R644
New York NY 10032

Phone: 212-342-1245
Fax: 212-305-9408

Email: qc2138@cumc.columbia.edu