Bae Promoted to Associate Professor at UNT Health Science Center
Sejong Bae, PhD, assistant professor of biostatistics at UNT Health Science Center, was recently promoted to associate professor.
Dr. Baeâ??s research interests include clinical trials, statistical computing, longitudinal data analysis, survival analysis and multistate chronic disease modeling.
A native of South Korea, Dr. Bae earned a bachelor of science degree in computer science from the University of Georgia, a master of science degree in statistics from the University of Georgia, and a doctorate in biostatistics from the University of Alabama.
Dr. Bae currently resides in Keller.
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