Ken Cheung

Professor of Biostatistics
Mailman School of Public Health
Columbia University

Ph.D. in Statistics, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2000

voice: (212) 305-3332 <> fax: (212) 305-9408 <> email:
address: Department of Biostatistics, 722 West 168th Street, Room 641, New York, NY 10032
Research Interests:
  • Design and analysis of clinical trials
  • Nonparametric statistics
  • Microarrays
  • Bioethics

    Selected publications and presentation slides
    Links of interest
    Ken in court: I
    Ken in court: II
    An R package for phase I clinical trials

    1. Statistical Inference (P8109), Spring 2001--2007: This class introduces some fundamental statistical principles to first year students in the Master's degree programs of Biostatistics.
    2. Introduction to Biostatistical Methods (P6104), Fall 2007--2008: This is an enriched core course for biostatistics majors and other quantitatively-oriented graduate students.
    3. Sequential Experimentation (P8133), Spring 2010.
    4. Stochastic Approximation and Modern Dose Finding (P8134), Spring 2011.

    Links of interest
    | Columbia Statistics | UW Biostatistics | CRAN | StabLib |
    | Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center | The Office of Clinical Trials |
    | Science Citation Index | CIS | freshmeat | google |
    | Division links | Good clinical practice | MathSci library

    Last modified: Mon Apr 11 2011 by Ken Cheung