Huiru Dong, PhD (she/her)

Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Vancouver, BC

Huiru Dong is an epidemiologist and statistician working and living on the traditional land of the Coast Salish people, including the Duwamish People. She is passionate about using data science and statistical methodologies to investigate outcomes related to the determinants of health, as well as evaluating health policies and services.

Huiru brings over a decade of experience in the fields of substance use, mental health, HIV/AIDS, and infectious disease. Most recently, she has been focused on identifying and understanding the factors that affect the health of urban populations, including the development of HIV treatment strategies, and the evaluation of drug policies, substance use treatment options, and substance use care, where she has been a key contributor. Huiru has extensive experience working collaboratively alongside many public health researchers, clinical trial investigators, medical researchers, and physicians.

Services offered:

  • Development of statistical analysis plans
  • Development of quantitative statistical and machine learning models
  • Grant and manuscript preparation