Shasha Bai, PhD
Director, Pediatric Biostatistics Core
Intermin Director, Center for Clinical Outcomes Research and Public Health
Emory University School of Medicine
Dr. Bai is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Biostatistics at Emory University who also serves as the Director of the Pediatric Biostatistics Core at Emory and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and the Interim Director of the Center for Clinical Outcomes Research and Public Health at Emory. Her career goal is to advance pediatric research by applying rigorous statistical design and applications. She has extensive experience working with multidisciplinary research teams within academic medical centers across many pediatric subspecialties. She has served as co-investigators on NIH, USDA, CDC, DoD project awards, and NIGMS program awards (P20, currently in Phase II).
Dr. Bai's research interests are founded upon novel statistical applications with special consideration of the pediatric population with combined domain knowledge and statistical expertise. Her statistical expertise includes agreement and reliability measures in complex scenarios, design and analysis of longitudinal studies, cluster-correlated studies, and analysis of categorical outcomes. Additionally, she is heavily involved in educating physicians and medical residents, fellow and nursing researchers.