Y. Jason Chang, MS is the Health Equity Institute Statistician at San Francisco State University providing technical assistance in the area of statistical analysis and data management to SFSU campus (HEI, other centers and institutes, individual faculty member) and its community partners.
Mr. Chang provides on-going consultations on quantitative analyses to all community members at San Francisco State University. When agreed upon, Mr. Chang also becomes a part of a research team to provide data management and statistical analysis service. He works closely with project personnel on issues regarding creation and maintenance of project data, trains project members to run statistical software (if/when needed), and provides guidance/assistance to project's quantitative analysis needs. The main goal of this close collaboration is to contribute scientific and methodological expertise, and participate in dissemination of science through conference presentations and peer-reviewed journal publications.
In addition, Mr. Chang works closely with the HEI Director and HEI & SFSU faculty members in developing strong research proposals for highly competitive funding mechanisms. More specifically, he works with individual Principal Investigators in developing their methods, power analysis, and data analytic strategies for their proposals being submitted.
Mr. Chang earned a master's degree in Physics from San Jose State University in 1990 and a master's degree in Statistics from California State University, Hayward in 2001.
He brings 18 years of experience and expertise gained from working at the Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS), the Division of Adolescent Medicine at the University of California at San Francisco and Health Equity Institute at SFSU.
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