Marcello Pagano

Status: Faculty

Will mentor

  • Doctoral students

Research interests

  • compute intensive inference and surveillance methods that involve screening methodologies, with their associated laboratory tests, and in obtaining more accurate testing results that use existing technologies

Fields of expertise

  • Applied statistics
  • Biostatistics

Department

  • Biostat

Ask Marcello Pagano to be your mentor at pagano@biostat.harvard.edu!

Department of Biostatistics, Harvard University

Marcello Pagano Professor of Statistical Computing, obtained a Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University and has spent the last 35 years on the faculty at the Harvard School Public Health teaching biostatistics and advising students. During that time he was voted by the students the Teaching Citation three times as well as the Teacher of the Year. He has also authored one of the most widely-used foundational textbooks in Biostatistics, which is available in seven languages.

His research in biostatistics continues to be on compute intensive inference and surveillance methods that involve screening methodologies, with their associated laboratory tests, and in obtaining more accurate testing results that use existing technologies.