Brad Carlin, PhD
Brad Carlin, PhD, is a professor in the School of Public Heath Division of Biostatistics. Dr. Carlin’s teaching experience includes epidemiology, statistical computing, spatial statistics, and Bayes and empirical Bayes methods and data analysis. His research interests include statistical applications in AIDS research, clinical trial monitoring, longitudinal studies, network meta-analysis, and spatial and spatio-temporal disease mapping. Dr. Carlin also conducts geographical analysis by analyzing public health data that are geographically indexed.