Chee Jen Chang, PhD

Graduate Institute of Clinical Medical Science, Clinical Informatics and Medical Statistics Research Center, Chang Gung University, Taipei

Professor Chang is a biostatistics-trained methodologist. He is a full professor in Graduate Institute of Clinical Medical Sciences; Director of Clinical Informatics and Medical Statistics Research Center; and Director of Research Services Center for Health Informatics in Chang Gung University, Taiwan. He also serves as the Director of Statistical Consulting Center in Chang Gung Memorial Hospital in Taiwan.

Professor Chang received his PhD in Statistics from University of Iowa, USA in 1991. Then he became a faculty member in Department of Epidemiology and Social Medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine where he served as a faculty in teaching, research and research services in clinical related statistical analysis and design clinical trials and studies. He was the director of Einstein General Clinical Research Center, and director of Biostatistical Core of Einstein Cancer Center. In 2000, he returned to his birth country in Taiwan and continued his career in the clinical study related research focus in study design in all clinical study and helped to establish the clinical trial center in National Taiwan University Hospital.

His interests cover the areas of study design in prospective study such as clinical trials; and in the real world data analysis in retrospective study settings. His research topics are mostly related to the analytic approaches in analyzing clinical, drug and health oriented data and performing methodologicalresearches, as well as the modeling approaches for the infectious diseases and its application to the real world health related data.

He also serves as the president of Taiwan Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcome Research since 2012, and the chairperson of International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcome Research, Taiwan chapter. His specialty in large database analysis in the health informatics within the National Health Insurance Research Database from Taiwan’s single payer health insurance system has successfully helped the local research society both in academia and industry.