Quantitative Health Sciences is a multidisciplinary group of biostatisticians, epidemiologists, outcomes researchers, database developers and programmers that conducts translational medical research to improve patient care. Our teams collaborate with clinical investigators on human-based study design and statistical analysis.More About Us
The Valerie Chepp research program focuses on qualitative research methods and the influence of sociomedical forces on healthcare delivery and health outcomes.Learn More
Investigators in Quantitative Health Sciences include a diverse group of scientists, ranging in disciplines and specialties, who collaborate with clinical researchers across Cleveland Clinic, outside institutions and industry partners.Learn More
Dr. Larisa Tereshchenko is recognized globally for her contributions to advancing cardiovascular care.
Dr. Wang is recognized for his contributions to machine learning and healthcare analytics.
Following a report on racial disparities in organ transplantation, researchers asked whether socioeconomics or geography affects disparity.