James Dai, PhD

Affiliate Assistant Professor, Biostatistics
University of Washington


University of Washington, 2007, PhD (Biostatistics)
University of Minnesota, 2002, MS (Biostatistics)
University of Pittsburgh, 2000, MS (Molecular Pathology)
Beijing University Medical Center, 1998, MD (Basic Medicine)

Research Interests

  • Statistical methods in HIV/AIDS research
  • Causal inference in randomized clinical trials
  • Large-scale genetic association
  • Inference in gene-environment interaction
  • Mediation effect

Current Studies

  • HIV/AIDS microbicide and prevention trials networks
  • Statistical methods in HIV/AIDS research
  • Adaptive statistical methods for genetic association studies
  • GWAS of hormone treatment and CVD and metabolic outcomes of the WHI

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Contact Information

(206) 667-6364
(206) 667-4378
Additional contact

Mail Stop M2-C200