Joseph Hogan, ScD is Professor and Chair of Biostatistics, and Carole and Lawrence Sirovich Professor of Public Health, at Brown University. He received his ScD in Biostatistics from Harvard School of Public Health under the direction of Nan Laird. His research concerns development and application of statistical methods for causal inference, missing data, and Bayesian inference for large-scale observational data, with focus in HIV/AIDS and infectious disease.
His research program includes multiple collaborative projects with AMPATH, a large HIV care program based in Eldoret, Kenya, and more recently with the Rhode Island Department of Health. Prof Hogan is Program Director for NAMBARI, an NIH-funded biostatistics training partnership between Brown and Moi University in Kenya; and serves as co-Director of the Biostatistics Core for the Providence-Boston Center for AIDS Research. He has served as advisor and consultant for the FDA, NIH, NSF and National Academies of Science. Professor Hogan is an elected Fellow of the American Statistical Association and currently serves as a Statistical Editor for the New England Journal of Medicine.