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Patrizia Boracchi

Patrizia Boracchi
Associate Professor
Department of Clinical Science and Community Health
University of Milan
University of Milan


Patrizia Boracchi is Associate Professor of Medical statistics at the department of Clinical Science and Community Health of the University of Milan. She was Technical Collaborator from 1991 to 2000, Researcher from 2001 to 2014 and she has been Associate Professor since 2015. She received a Masters Degree in Biology in 1983, and a post Graduated Degree in Medical Statistics in 1989 at the University of Milan Since 1990 she collaborates in planning Clinical Studies (both Observational and Clinical Trials). Her focus is on Data Analysis and Methods related to result representations by clinically useful measures.

Research Interest

Her research work focus on statistical methods for clinical studies. The theoretical background of her work lies in the theory of survival analysis. Most of the studies are application of survival analysis techniques in clinical trials for the evaluation of therapeutic strategies and in observational studies for the identification of prognostic factors. Data analysis in Oncology, rheumatology , and cardiology are her main fieldworks.


Treatment Effects and Risk Factors Evaluation in Longitudinal Studies: A Statistical Help for Data Analysis

Patrizia Boracchi, Roberta Ferrari, Debora Groppetti and Damiano Stefanello
Review Article: J Vet Med Health