Joseph Hogan

Professor and Chair of Biostatistics
Carole and Lawrence Sirovich Professor of Public Health
Joseph Hogan

Joseph Hogan joined the Brown University Biostatistics Department in 1995 and the PSTC in 1996. He serves as Co-Director of the Biostatistics Program for AMPATH, an international consortium of universities in the US, Canada and Kenya focused on treatment and prevention of HIV in Kenya, and is Co-Director of the Biostatistics Core for the Providence-Boston Center for AIDS Research.  

Hogan's research concerns the development of statistical methods for missing data, causal inference, and sensitivity analysis with focus on applications in HIV and behavioral sciences. In recent years, the primary emphasis of his research and training efforts is on HIV in sub-Saharan Africa. Current projects concern development of methods for analysis of large-scale observational data, optimizing use of limited resources for clinical monitoring, and analysis of viral sequence data.

Scholarly Interests

Behavioral medicine, Causal inference, HIV/AIDS, Longitudinal data analysis, Missing data

Affiliated Departments

School of Public Health