Yue Jiang


Assistant Professor of the Practice of Statistical Science

My methodological research interests lie primarily in developing effect size measures for mediation analysis in complex data settings such as multiple correlated exposures/mediators and for non-continuous outcomes (binary, time-toevent, etc.). In terms of scientific application, I am motivated by human and population health and thus also engage in applied research in digestive and gastrointestinal outcomes, as well as in environmental biostatistics. My strongest pedagogical interest lies in developing statistical and quantitative literacy among the public, especially for students who essentially only ever take one statistics course.