Farzad Noubary
Adjunct Lecturer


  • Assistant Professor of Medicine, Tufts Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences

Dr. Noubary’s research interests include statistical methods for the design and analysis of studies evaluating novel diagnostics, longitudinal data analysis, decision analysis, and clinical epidemiology, particularly in the context of HIV, TB, and other infectious diseases. He was previously a member of the “Cost-effectiveness of Preventing AIDS Complications (CEPAC)” group, an HIV modeling team at the Massachusetts General Hospital and has ongoing work with investigators developing novel CD4 enumeration and liver function monitoring technologies. He is also interested in innovative approaches to teaching biostatistics to clinical audiences and has experience developing a distance learning course. At Tufts, he is the primary instructor of the biostatistics curriculum in the Clinical and Translational Science Program at the Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences.


Education

  • Ph.D., Biostatistics, Harvard University
  • A.M., Biostatistics, Harvard University
  • B.S., Mathematics, Pennsylvania State University

Research Activities

My research focuses on statistical methods for the design and analysis of work involving novel diagnostics, longitudinal data analysis, decision analysis and clinical epidemiology, particularly in the context of HIV, TB and other infectious diseases.

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