Mei-Jie Zhang, PhD
Division of Biostatistics
Institute for Health & Society
Education: PhD (Statistics) Florida State University 1991
Dr. Mei-Jie Zhang came to the Medical College of Wisconsin to serve as biostatistician for the Center for International Bone Marrow Transplant Registry (CIBMTR) and the Autologous Bone Marrow Transplant Registry (ABMTR) in 1992. He holds a primary appointment in the Division of Biostatistics. Professor Zhang's major research areas are survival analysis, inference from stochastic processes, non-linear models, direct modeling the competing risks data and multi-state data. As a biostatistician for the CIBMTR he is interested in developing statistical model and methodology for analyzing complex transplant data.
Scheike TH, Sun Y, Zhang MJ, Jensen TK. A semiparametric random effects model for multivariate competing risks data. Biometrika. 2010 Mar;97(1):133-145. PMC3633199
Zhang X, Zhang MJ, Fine J. A proportional hazards regression model for the subdistribution with right-censored and left-truncated competing risks data. Statistics in Medicine. 2011 Jul 20;30(16):1933-51. PMC3408877
Scheike TH, Martinussen, T, Zhang MJ. The additive risk model for estimation of effect of haplotype match in BMT studies. Scandinavian Journal of Statistics, Theory and Applications. 2011 Sep;38(3):409-423. PMC3172162
Scheike TH, Maiers MJ, Rocha V, Zhang MJ. Competing risks with missing covariates: effect of haplotype match on hematopoietic cell transplant patients. Lifetime Data Analysis. 2013 Jan;19(1):19-32.
Logan BR, Zhang MJ. The use of group sequential designs with common competing risks tests. Statistics in Medicine. 2013 Mar 15;32(6):899-913. PMC3574186