Research Interests: Epidemiological methods, cross-over designs, survival analysis, correlated binary data, ordered alternatives, ROC curves, and the design and analysis of in vitro experiments—especially in the area of combination chemotherapy
Chap Le received his Ph.D. from the University of New Mexico. His research projects are in the areas of otitis media and cancers. He has published five textbooks and numerous research articles. He is director of biostatistics for the University of Minnesota Comprehensive Cancer Center. Dr. Le received the Leonard M. Schuman Award for Excellence in Teaching, and the Award for Outstanding Contributions to Post-Baccalaureate, Graduate, and Professional Education. His teaching interests include survival analysis and basic biostatistical methods for public health students, and biostatistics for translational and clinical research.
- Ph.D., Statistics, 1978, University of New Mexico
- Selected Book: Applied Categorical Data Analysis and Translational, Wiley & Sons, 2009
- Selected Paper: Le C.T. A Solution for the most basic Optimization Problem associated with an ROC Curve. Statistical Methods in Medical Research 15(6): 571-584, 2006.