Ph.D., epidemiology, Harvard University; M.S., epidemiology, Harvard University; M.B.B.S., medicine, Peking University
Summary of Experience
Dr. Mu specializes in the application of advanced epidemiologic methodology and biostatistics techniques in the field of health economics outcomes research and epidemiology. Her expertise includes epidemiologic research, burden-of-illness research, comparative effectiveness research, and indirect treatment comparisons. Dr. Mu designs and conducts analyses of retrospective database analyses (including administrative claims and electronic medical records), clinical trials, prospective cohort studies, medical literature, and surveys. She has developed research strategies in a range of disease areas, including psychiatry, virology, hematology, dermatology, gynecology, nephrology, and rheumatology. Dr. Mu's work has been published in peer-reviewed health economics, epidemiological, and medical journals, and presented at international clinical and health economic research conferences.
The long-term direct and indirect economic burden among Parkinson's disease caregivers in the United States
Movement Disorders. 2019 Feb;34(2):236-245
Current Medical Research and Opinion. 2018 Jun;34(6):971-978
British Journal of Dermatology, August 18, 2018