2020台灣生技月 Bio Taiwan 生物科技大展

2020 台灣生技月 南港展覽館

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Kung-Yee Liang

Session 11 – From Precision Medicine to Precision Health
Date: 24 July (Friday) 10:40 – 12:10 (GMT+8)
Venue: 701EF, 7F, TaiNEX2 / Online event platform


Kung-Yee Liang

President
National Health Research Institutes


Kung-Yee Liang received his Ph.D. in Biostatistics from University of Washington in 1982 and has been a faculty member at the Department of Biostatistics, Johns Hopkins University since then for twenty-eight years. 
 
In August, 2010, Liang became the sixth President of the National Yang-Ming University, the first medical university in Taiwan. In December, 2017, Liang stepped down from the post to become the sixth President of NHRI and his primary appointment is with the Institute of Population Health Science.
 
Among the honors and awards, Liang received the Spiegelman Award by the American Public Health Association in 1990 for outstanding accomplishments in the field of health statistics, the Rema Lapouse Award by the American Public Health Association in 2010 for significant contributions to the scientific understanding of the epidemiology and control of mental disorders, the Karl Pearson Prize (with Scott Zeger) in 2015 by the International Statistical Institute for contemporary research contribution that has had profound influence on statistical theory, methodology, practice, and/or applications, and the Heritage Award in 2016 by the Johns Hopkins Alumni Association for outstanding service to the progress of the University over an extended period of time. Liang is the Elected Fellow of the American Statistical Association in 1995, the Elected Academician, Academia Sinica, Taiwan in 2002, the Elected Member, Academy of Sciences for the Developing World (TWAS) in 2012, the Elected Member, the National Academy of Medicine, USA in 2015 and the Elected Member, Johns Hopkins Society of Scholars in 2016. 
 
Liang’s research interest has primarily been on developing new statistical methods for analyzing correlated data derived from longitudinal and genetic epidemiological studies, and on developing statistical theory for inference in the presence of nuisance parameters. Liang is a co-author of the book on “Analysis of Longitudinal Data”, published by the Oxford University Press in 1994 and in 2002 (2nd edition). He is also the author of the monography on “Generalized Linear Models, Estimating Equations and Multivariate Extensions”, published by the Institute of Statistical Science, Academia Sinica in 1999, as a part of the Invited Lecture Series in Statistical Science.