James Long
Assistant Professor of Biostatistics
MD Anderson Cancer Center

email: jplong + the at symbol + mdanderson.org
office: FCT4.6082

Research Interests

I develop statistical methodology for analyzing complex data sets arising from scientific applications. I have published work in the areas of predictive modeling, signal frequency estimation, measurement error models, and functional data analysis. My current research focuses on causal mediation analysis and causal prediction with applications to cancer and genomic data sets.
Publications

See my google scholar profile for a list of publications. Code is available on github under longjp.
Teaching
  • Biostatistics 6082 - Survival Analysis: Spring 2019
  • Statistics 689 - Statistical Computing with R and Python: Spring 2018
  • Statistics 611 - Theory of Statistics II: Spring 2018
  • Astrostatistics: Astrostatistics course taught Fall 2016 at SAMSI.
  • Statistics 689 - Astrostatistics: Astrostatistics course taught Fall 2015 at TAMU.


    Last updated: April 13, 2019