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J. Jack Lee

Associate Vice Provost for Quantitative Research, The University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center (USA)


Dr. Lee’s areas of research interest include design and analysis of clinical trials, survival analysis, longitudinal data analysis, statistical computation/graphics, statistical methods for determining drug interaction in combination studies, and cancer chemoprevention.

Dr. Lee has been working on the development and application of innovative Bayesian methods for cancer clinical trials. He also actively participates in many multidisciplinary translational research in head/neck and lung cancer teams funded by National Institute of Health (NIH) and the Department of Defense (DoD).

He has particular interests in incorporating multiple biomarkers and adaptive designs to develop more efficient and ethical clinical trials. Dr. Lee is a Statistical Editor for the Journal of the National Cancer Institute and Cancer Prevention Research. He is a Fellow of the American Statistical Association.

J. Jack Lee logo

J. Jack Lee

Associate Vice Provost for Quantitative Research, The University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center (USA)


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Dr. Lee’s areas of research interest include design and analysis of clinical trials, survival analysis, longitudinal data analysis, statistical computation/graphics, statistical methods for determining drug interaction in combination studies, and cancer chemoprevention.

Dr. Lee has been working on the development and application of innovative Bayesian methods for cancer clinical trials. He also actively participates in many multidisciplinary translational research in head/neck and lung cancer teams funded by National Institute of Health (NIH) and the Department of Defense (DoD).

He has particular interests in incorporating multiple biomarkers and adaptive designs to develop more efficient and ethical clinical trials. Dr. Lee is a Statistical Editor for the Journal of the National Cancer Institute and Cancer Prevention Research. He is a Fellow of the American Statistical Association.


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