Yuh-pey Anne Buu
Department of Health Behavior and Biological Sciences
University of Michigan
United States of America
Dr. Buu is a biostatistician and developmental psychologist. Her research interests include longitudinal data analysis, bioinformatics, health communication, substance abuse prevention, and developmental psychology. She is the recipient of a Research Scientist Development Award from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism and has been the Principal Investigator of two five-year methodology projects funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). She has served as a study statistician on several longitudinal projects funded by the NIH such as the Michigan Longitudinal Study and the Flint Adolescent Study. Additionally, she has served as a psychometrician on an NIH funded measurement project: Measuring Approaches to Partnership Success (MAPS). She has published in statistical journals (such as the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society; Statistics in Medicine; and Bioinformatics) as well as in psychological journals (including Journal of Abnormal Psychology; and Development and Psychopathology). She has also published in substance abuse journals such as Addiction; and Drug and Alcohol Dependence.
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