Faculty Profile

Xu  Shi, PhD

Xu Shi, PhD

  • Assistant Professor of Biostatistics
  • M4525 SPHII
  • 1415 Washington Heights
  • Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-2029

Xu is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Biostatistics. She received her PhD in Biostatistics from University of Washington, Seattle in 2017. Prior to joining the faculty, she was a postdoctoral fellow at the Harvard Data Science Initiative at Harvard University. Her research focuses on developing statistical methods for administrative healthcare data such as electronic health records data and claims data.

  • PhD, Biostatistics, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 2017
  • B.S., Mathematics, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, 2012

Electronic health records, causal inference, data corruption, record linkage, machine translation, semiparametric efficiency theory, postmarketing safety surveillance, healthcare policy.

Shi X, Miao W, and Tchetgen Tchetgen EJ (2020). A selective review of negative control methods in epidemiology. Current Epidemiology Reports, in press.

Shi X, Li X, and Cai T. (2020) Spherical regression under mismatch corruption with application to automated knowledge translation. Journal of the American Statistical Association: Theory and Methods, in press.

Shi X, Miao W, and Tchetgen Tchetgen EJ. (2020). Multiply robust causal inference with double negative control adjustment for categorical unmeasured confounding. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series B (Statistical Methodology), 82(2):521-540.

Shi X, Wellman R, Heagerty PJ, Nelson JC, and Cook AJ. (2019). Safety surveillance and the estimation of risk in select populations: flexible methods to control for confounding while targeting marginal comparisons via standardization. Statistics in Medicine, 39(4):369-386.

Shi X, Pashova H, and Heagerty PJ. (2017). Comparing healthcare utilization patterns via global differences in the endorsement of current procedural terminology codes. Annals of Applied Statistics, 11(3):1349-1374.

Jarvik JG, Gold LS, Comstock BA, Heagerty PJ, Rundell SD, Turner JA, Avins AL, Bauer Z, Bresnahan BW, Friedly JL, James K, Kessler L, Nedeljkovic SS, Nerenz DR, Shi X, Sullivan SD, Chan L, Schwalb JM, Deyo RA. (2015). Association of early imaging for back pain with clinical outcomes in older adults. Journal of the American Medical Association, 313(11):1143-1153.