Jessica Young

Research Associate

Department of Epidemiology

   IMG_0603

677 Huntington Avenue
Kresge, Room 819
Boston, Massachusetts 02115

Research Interests

My research focuses on identification and estimation of causal time-varying treatment effects on disease outcomes in the presence of complex time-varying confounding and selection bias.

Methodological areas: survival analysis, longitudinal data analysis, methods for current status data, simulation from structural models, inverse probability weighted estimation, marginal structural models, parametric g-computation, g-estimation, structural nested models, random dynamic regimes, competing risks.

Application areas: HIV, effects of lifestyle interventions on chronic disease, environmental and psychiatric epidemiology.