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Alexander Tsodikov

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Alexander Tsodikov

Professor of Biostatistics
University of Michigan School of Public Health
Expertise: 
analysis and validity of statistics in scientific studies and clinical trials
analysis of cancer registry data
population-based and clinical studies of prostate cancer
models for incidence and mortality trends
modeling and analysis of cancer and cancer screening

Biography

Alexander Tsodikov is a professor of biostatistics at the University of Michigan's School of Public Health. He studies survival analysis, estimation of cure rates, computational methods in statistics, semiparametric models, frailty models, modeling and analysis of cancer, design of optimal surveillance schedules, cancer screening, modeling incidence and mortality trends. His collaborative research includes clinical trials, antisense oligonucleotides, population-based and clinical studies of prostate cancer, and analysis of cancer registry data for breast cancer. Tsodikov received his Ph.D. in mathematics and the application of computing in 1991 from St. Petersburg State Technical University in St. Petersburg, Russia.

M4142 SPH II
1420 Washington Heights
Ann Arbor  Michigan  48109-2029
United States
Office Phone: 
734-764-5450
Office Fax: 
734-763-2215

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