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Changyong Feng, PhD

Changyong Feng, PhDProfessor of Biostatistics and Computational Biology
Professor of Anesthesiology
Professor & Co - Director of Dentistry
Ph.D. (2002) University of Rochester

Contact Information

University of Rochester
Dept of Biostatistics and Computational Biology
265 Crittenden Boulevard, CU 420630
Rochester, New York 14642-0630
Office: Saunders Research Building 4134
Phone: (585) 275-4263
Fax: (585) 273-1031

Research Interests

I received my PhD in Statistics from the University of Rochester in 2002.  Currently I'm an associate professor of biostatistics in the Department of Biostatistics and Computational Biology and a professor of anesthesiology in the Department of Anesthesiology. I am also the biostatistician and Co - Director in the Department of Dentistry.  My research interests include multivariate survival analysis, empirical processes theory, longitudinal data analysis and statistical methods in epidemiology and clinical trials.

Full List of Publications

A complete list of recent publications is available through my URMC Profile.

Selected References

  • Feng, C., Wang, H., Chen, T., and Tu, X. M. (2014). On exact forms of Taylor's theorem for vector-valued functions. Biometrika, 101(4):1003.
  • Feng, C., Wang, H., Zhang, Y., Han, Y., Liang, Y., and Tu, X. M. (2017). Generalized definition of the geometric mean of a nonnegative random variable. Communications in Statistics – Theory and Methods, 46(7):3614-3620
  • Liu, J., Zhang, X., Chen, T., Wu, T.-C., Lin, T., Jiang, L., Lang, S., Liu, L., Natarajan, L., Tu, J. X., Kosciolek, T., Morton, J., Nguyen, T., Schnabl, B., Knight, R., Feng, C., and Tu, X. (2021). A Semiparametric Model for Between-Subject Attributes: Applications to Beta-diversity of Microbiome Data. Biometrics. (In Press).
  • Messing, E. M., Madeb, R., Young, T., Gilchrist, K., Bram, L., Greenberg, E. B., Wegenke, J. D., Stephenson, L. Gee, J., and Feng, C. (2006). Long-term outcome of hematuria home screening for bladder cancer in men. Cancer, 107(9):2173-2179. [PMID:17029275]
  • Winterborn, A. N., Bates, W. A., Feng, C., and Wyatt, J. D. (2008). The efficacy of orally dosed ketamine and ketamine/medetomidine compared with intramuscular ketamine in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) and the effects of dosing route on haematological stress markers. Journal of Medical Primatology, 37(3):116-127. [PMID:18547257]
  • Messing, E. M., Madeb, R., Feng, C., Stephenson, L., Gilchrist, K. W., Young, T., and Gee, J. (2009). Grade and stage at presentation do not predict mortality in patients with bladder cancer who survive their disease. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 27(15):2443-2449. [PMID:19332735]
  • Halliley, J. L. Kyu, S., Kobie, J., Walsh, E. E., Falsey, A. R., Randall, T. D., Feng, C., Sanz, I., and Lee, E.-H. (2010). Peak Frequencies of Circulating Human Influenza-specific Antibody Secreting Cells Correlate with Protective Serum Antibodies. Vaccine, 28(20):3582-3587. [PMCID: PMC295614]
  • Saran, J. S., Hoefnagel, A. L., Skinner, K. A., Feng, C., and Smith, D. I. (2017). Comparison of Single-Injection Ultrasound Guided Approach versus Multilevel Landmark Based Approach for Thoracic Paravertebral Blockade for Breast Tumor Resection: A Retrospective Analysis at a Tertiary Care Teaching Institution. Journal of Pain Research, 10:1487-1492.
  • Nadtochiy, S. M., Baldzizhar, A., Stefanos, T., Feng, C., O’Leary, K. E., Jones-Smith, K. L., Angona, R. E., and Eaton, M. P. (2020). High dose Dabigatran is an effective anticoagulant for simulated cardiopulmonary bypass using human blood Anesthesia and Analgesia (In Press).
  • Kopycka-Kedzierawski, D., T., Scott-Anne K., Ragusa, P. G., Cvetanovska, M., Flint, K., Feng, C., Watson, G. E., Wong, C. L., Billings, R. J., Quivey, R. J., and O’Connor, T. G. (2021). Social, psychological and behavioral predictors of salivary bacteria, yeast in caries-free children. JDR Clinical & Translational Research. (In press).
  • Nadtochiy, S. M., Stefanos, T., Angona, R. E., Lebedko, N., Baldzizhar, A., Feng, C., and Eaton, M. P. (2022). Rivaroxaban reduces the Dabigatran dose required for anticoagulation during simulated cardiopulmonary bypass. Anesthesia & Analgesia (In press).

Last Updated: April 8, 2022