James Ware

Professor Ware's research focuses on methods for the analysis of longitudinal data and on the design and analysis of clinical trials. He has served as senior statistician for randomized trials of strategies for protecting the brain during surgical repair of transposition of the great arteries in infants, chelation therapy for lead-exposed children and, currently, vitamin D supplementation to prevent development of diabetes. He has been a statistical consultant to the New England Journal of Medicine since 1990.

Dr. Ware has taught on clinical trials (BIO214) for many years at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. He has also been involved in the development of masters degree programs in epidemiology and biostatistics with international partners in Cyprus and Saudi Arabia.

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