James P. Hughes

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Professor
Biostatistics
206-616-2721
PhD
Statistics
University of Washington
1993
MS
Biomathematics
University of Washington
1980
BS
Wildlife Ecology
University of Maine
1977

Dr. Hughes is interested in the application of statistical methods to problems in AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases. He is particularly interested in cluster randomized trial designs and statistical methods for dealing with misclassified data. He is heavily involved in graduate and undergraduate teaching and graduate student advising, and he has won teaching awards. He recently published “On the design and analysis of stepped wedge trials.” Contemporary Clinical Trials. 45(Pt A):55-60, 2015.

2019-20 Academic Year
BIOST 511: Medical Biometry I
Faculty Research Interests
HIV/AIDS Research
Infectious Diseases Methodology
Markov Models
PhD
Statistics
University of Washington
1993
MS
Biomathematics
University of Washington
1980
BS
Wildlife Ecology
University of Maine
1977

Dr. Hughes is interested in the application of statistical methods to problems in AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases. He is particularly interested in cluster randomized trial designs and statistical methods for dealing with misclassified data. He is heavily involved in graduate and undergraduate teaching and graduate student advising, and he has won teaching awards. He recently published “On the design and analysis of stepped wedge trials.” Contemporary Clinical Trials. 45(Pt A):55-60, 2015.

2019-20 Academic Year
BIOST 511: Medical Biometry I
Faculty Research Interests
HIV/AIDS Research
Infectious Diseases Methodology
Markov Models