Matthew Cefalu

Research Fellow

Department of Biostatistics

Room 451, Building 2
655 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115

Research Interests

My research focuses on the development of statistical methods for robust and efficient effect estimation, with a focus on Bayesian and semi-parametric methods for large and complex datasets in causal inference. I draw motivation for the methods from two sources important in public health: the epidemiology of environmental contaminants and studies of the comparative effectiveness of treatments in populations that were not, and many times cannot be, subjected to a randomized trial.

Please see my CV for more detailed information about my research.