Bin Huang, MS, DrPH
Associate Professor



DrPH, Biostatistics

University of Kentucky


MS, Statistics

University of Kentucky


MS, Mathematics

Michigan Technological University



Dr. Bin Huang is an Associate Professor in the Department of Biostatistics and Biostatistics & Bioinformatics Shared Resource Facility at the NCI-Designated Markey Cancer Center. He is also Director of Population-Based Cancer Research at the Kentucky Cancer Registry.  with a major interest in statistical and epidemiological methods in transnational cancer research. As an applied biostatistician, Dr. Huang's research focuses on the application of novel statistical and epidemiological methodologies and study designs for population-based cancer research, including data linkage, missing data, survival analysis and clinical trial. 

Research Interests:

•    Outcome research in cancer registry data, focusing on utilization of cancer registry data through data linkage with claims based data 

•    Applications and methods for population-based cancer survival research,  mainly for life tables and relative survival.

•    Multiple imputation for missing data analysis.

•    Applications of novel statistical methods in clinical trial design, geo-spatial analysis and basic science.