Biomarker Evaluation

In diagnostic medicine, biomarker evaluation is the development and application of statistical methods to assess the diagnostic accuracy and predictive values of biomarkers. Prof. Gatsonis has contributed extensively to statistical methods for the evaluation of diagnostic tests and biomarkers. He has published on methodology for ROC analysis for detection and prediction and on broader issues of study design in diagnostic test and imaging biomarker evaluation and validation. Prof. Duan focuses on the development and application of statistical methods to evaluate the performance of various high-throughput biomarkers in clinical cancer studies (e.g., radiogenomics).

Fenghai Duan

Constantine Gatsonis

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