Dr. Ao Huang

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter Arbeitsgruppe Statistische Methoden für klinische Studien

Kontaktinformationen

Telefon: +49 551 3964408

Telefax: +49 551 394995

 E-Mail-Adresse: Ao.Huang(at)med.uni-goettingen.de

 Ort / Raum: Humboldtallee 32. EG, 155

Kurzer Lebenslauf

[04/2018-03/2022]

PhD, in Biomedical statistics, Osaka University, Japan                             

[04/2017-03/2018]

Statistical consultant, CIS Medical Technology Service Co.,Ltd, Beijing, China

[11/2016-01/2017]

SAS programmer, Sanofi (Beijing) Pharmaceuticals Co., Ltd., Beijing, China

[09/2013-07/2016]

Master of Management, in Social Medicine and Health Management, Beijing University of Chinese medicine, China

[09/2008-06/2013]

Bachelor of Management, in Public Health Management, Beijing University of Chinese medicine, China

Publikationen

Using clinical trial registries to inform Copas selection model for publication bias in meta-analysis.

Huang A, Komukai S, Friede T and Hattori S (2021). . Research Synthesis Methods 12: 658-673. DOI: 10.1002/jrsm.1506

High Neutrophil/Lymphocyte Ratio at Cancer Diagnosis Predicts Incidence of Stroke in Cancer Patients.

Kawano T, Sasaki T, Gon Y, Kitano T, Kanki H, Todo K, Shimamura M, Matsumura Y, Huang A, Hattori S, Mochizuki H (2021). Brain Communications 3(2): fcab071

Predicting tumor response and prognosis to neoadjuvant chemotherapy in esophageal squamous cell carcinoma patients using PERCIST: a multicentre study in Japan.

Kaida H, Kitajima K, Nakajo M, Ishibashi M, Matsunaga T, Minamimoto R, Hirata K, Nakatani K, Huang A, Hattori S, Yasuda T, Ishii K (2021). European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging: 1-17.

Preprints

Adjusting for publication bias in meta-analysis via inverse probability weighting using clinical trial registries.

Huang A, Morikawa K, Friede T and Hattori S (2021). arXiv preprint, arXiv:2109.12526.

A likelihood-based sensitivity analysis for publication bias on summary ROC in meta-analysis of diagnostic test accuracy.

Zhou Y, Huang A and Hattori S (2021). arXiv preprint, arXiv:2106.04253.

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