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Dongmei Li, Ph.D.

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Appointment: (585) 276-3000

Biography

Professional Background

Dongmei Li received her PhD in Biostatistics from Department of Statistics at The Ohio State University in 2009. Her docotoral research focus on resampling-based multiple testing procedures with applications to microarray data analysis. Dr. Li's research focus on differential analysis methods and multiple testing procedures in genomic data analysis especially in methylation and transcriptome data analysis. Dr. Li also has extensive collaboration experience. She has collaborated with numerous investigators from a variety of schools and institutions such as school of medicine, nursing and dental hygiene, biomedical engineering, education, cancer center, center on disability studies, and institute of marine biology. Dr. Li has served as co-investigators and biostatisticians on multiple national grants including a 10 million grant from CMS on diabetes studies for Medicaid beneficiaries, NIH R21, P20, P30, and U54 grants on biomedical research. Dr. Li currently directs the Biomedical Data Science Certificate Program and is the Biostatistics and Informatics Core director for the WNY Center for Research on Flavored Tobacco Products (CRoFT), a center grant funded by FDA/NCI.

Credentials

Education

2006
MS | The Ohio State University
Statistics

2009
PhD | The Ohio State University
Biostatistics

Publications

Journal Articles

9/13/2019
Yang GR, Dye TD, Li D. "Association between diabetes, metabolic syndrome and heart attack in US adults: a cross-sectional analysis using the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System 2015." BMJ open.. 2019 Sep 13; 9(9):e022990. Epub 2019 Sep 13.

7/30/2019
Piper K, Zou L, Li D, Underberg D, Towner J, Chowdhry AK, Li YM. "Surgical Management and Adjuvant Therapy for Patients with Neurological Deficits from Vertebral Hemangiomas: A Meta-Analysis." Spine.. 2019 Jul 30; Epub 2019 Jul 30.

6/28/2019
"Comparative DNA methylomic analyses reveal potential origins of novel epigenetic biomarkers of insulin resistance in monocytes from virally suppressed HIV-infected adults." Clinical epigenetics.. 2019 Jun 28; 11(1):95. Epub 2019 Jun 28.

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