Roee Gutman is an Associate Professor of Biostatistics at Brown. Dr. Gutman’s areas of research interest are Bayesian data analysis, missing data, matching, file linkage, causal inference and bioinformatics. His work in matching and file linkage addresses problems with combining administrative and clinical data having common elements in which privacy regulations limit access to unique identifiers. Dr. Gutman uses missing data techniques to assess uncertainty in the match probabilities and thus develops statistically valid procedures. His work in causal inference seeks to obtain valid comparisons of non-randomized interventions that appropriately adjust for differences in baseline covariates by applying advanced regression modeling techniques to multiply impute the missing potential outcomes.
Tuesday, September 28, 2021
4:40 PM – 4:57 PM ET