Warren B. Bilker, PhD



Warren B. Bilker, PhD

Warren B. Bilker, PhD

Professor of Biostatistics

Dr. Bilker's methodological research focuses on pharmacoepidemiology, survival analysis, psychiatric methods and correlated data. His primary applied research interests are in schizophrenia and in the analysis of pharmacoepidemiology data using large databases. He is the principal investigator of the biostatistics and data core of the Schizophrenia Center in the Department of Psychiatry, which emphasizes the study of the relationship between brain imaging findings and the clinical course of schizophrenia.


Content Area Specialties

Infectious Diseases, Pharmacoepi, Schizophrenia, Brain Imaging

Methodology Specialties

Survival analysis, correlated data, computing intensive methods

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