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William Goggins

Associate Professor, JC School of Public Health and Primary Care, CUHK

Biography

Professor William Goggins joined The Chinese University of Hong Kong as an Instructor in Biostatistics for the Centre for Epidemiology and Biostatistics of the School of Public Health and Primary Care in October 2003. He was promoted to Assistant Professor in September of 2004 and is now an Associate Professor.

 

Professor Goggins obtained his doctorate in Biostatistics from Harvard University in 1997. His thesis topic was “Monte Carlo EM Methods for Analyzing Survival Data in the Presence of Interval Censoring”, which was completed under the supervision of Professor Dianne Finkelstein. He then did a 16 month post-doctoral fellowship in the Department of Public Health of Kaohsiung Medical University in Taiwan, where he was the first scholar from Harvard to be supported by the Harvard-KMU exchange program to work at KMU. He also completed a one-year post-doctoral fellowship at the Biostatistics Center of Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, working on several projects related to cancer epidemiology and survival. Before joining CUHK Professor Goggins was an Assistant Professor of Statistics in the Mathematics Department of Hong Kong Baptist University. Professor Goggins current research focuses on the health impact of meteorological conditions in sub-tropical climates.

 

In addition, Professor Goggins serves as a collaborator and statistical consultant for numerous projects within the CUHK School of Public Health and Primary Care and other Departments of the CUHK Faculty of Medicine and is a member of the editorial board of the Hong Kong Medical Journal.

Research Interest

The correlation between climate change and health, environmental effects on health, biostatistics and modelling.

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