OHSU

Rebecca Hubbard, PhD

rhubbardTitle:

Assistant Professor

Department:

Radiation Medicine
(Assistant Investigator, Group Health Center for Health Statistics, Seattle, WA & Affiliate Assistant Professor,
Department of Biostatistics, University of Washington, Seattle, WA)

Specialty:

Biostatistics

Degrees:

PhD University of Washington, Biostatistics (2007)
MS with Distinction, Oxford University, Applied Statistics (2002)
MA University of Edinburgh, Epidemiology (2001)
BS Summa Cum Laude, University of Pittsburgh, Ecology & Evolution (1999)

Interest and Accomplishments:

Dr. Hubbard is a biostatistician working on development and application of statistical methodology for comparative effectiveness research in cancer screening. She works on several NCI-funded studies evaluating the harms and benefits of alternative breast cancer screening strategies in community practice. She is also PI of a NCI-funded R03 developing new statistical methods for comparing performance of repeat screening tests using data from routine clinical practice. Dr. Hubbard's other research interests include estimation of semi-Markov models for multi-state disease processes and Bayesian biostatistics.

Group Health Faculty Profile:

Rebecca Hubbard
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