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Dr. Henian Chen publishes two maternal and child health articles

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Biostatistician Henian Chen, MD, PhD recently published two articles. The first titled “Sex-specific effects of fetal exposure to the 1959–1961 Chinese Famine on risk of adult hypertension” is in the April issue of the Maternal and Child Health Journal. Wendy N. Nembhard, PhD, associate professor of epidemiology, and Heather G. Stockwell, ScD, professor emeritus, are […]

Dr. Henian Chen and colleagues publish paper on standard deviations to guide sample size

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  Biostatistician Henian Chen, MD, PhD is co-author on a publication entitled “Caution regarding the choice of standard deviations to guide sample size calculations in clinical trials.” Dr. Chen is an associate professor in the USF College of Public Health and director of the Biostatistics Core for the Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute at the […]

Dr. Henian Chen and collegues publish paper on adolescent anxiety

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  Biostatistician Henian Chen, MD, PhD is co-author on a publication entitled “Impact of early adolescent anxiety disorders on self-esteem development from adolescence to young adulthood.” Dr. Chen is an associate professor in the USF College of Public Health and director of the Biostatistics Core for the Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute at the Morsani […]