Guibo Xing, Ph.D. 
Principal Statistician
(916) 734-6895

Guibo joined the Center as a statistician in 2003. He has been providing guidance to principal investigators, faculty, fellows, and residents regarding study design, power and sample size calculation, and selection of appropriate statistical procedures and methods. Guibo has experience in survival analysis, categorical data analysis and count data analysis. Databases that he uses for various studies include OSHPD hospital and ER discharge data, infant birth and death certificates, California Cancer Registry data and CMS Medicare data. He also had experience conducting econometric analysis using models such as time-series models, panel data models, selection models, hurdle models and two-part models. He is trained in TreeAge and cost-effectiveness analysis.

  • Statistical analysis
  • Data management/cleaning
  • Cost-effectiveness analysis
  • Second language

Guibo received his BS in mathematics from Fudan University and Ph.D in economics from the University at Albany, State University of New York