Tianx Cai
Tianxi Cai, ScD
Professor of Biomedical Informatics, Harvard Medical School
John Rock Professor of Population and Translational Data Sciences, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Director, Translational Data Science Center for a Learning Health System (CELEHS)
10 Shattuck Street, Room 434, Boston, MA 02115

Tianxi Cai is a major player in developing analytical tools for mining EHR data and predictive modeling with biomedical data. She provides statistical leadership on several large-scale projects, including the NIH-funded Undiagnosed Diseases Network at DBMI. Cai's research lab develops novel statistical and machine learning methods for several areas including clinical trials, real world evidence, and personalized medicine using genomic and phenomic data. Cai received her ScD in Biostatistics at Harvard and was an assistant professor at the University of Washington before returning to Harvard as a faculty member in 2002.

DBMI Research Areas
Impact of COVID-19 Severity on Long-term Events in US Veterans using the Veterans Affairs Severity Index for COVID-19 (VASIC).
Authors: Galloway A, Park Y, Tanukonda V, Ho YL, Nguyen XT, Maripuri M, Dey AT, Gerlovin H, Posner D, Lynch KE, Cai T, Luoh SW, Whitbourne S, Gagnon DR, Muralidhar S, Tsao PS, Casas JP, Michael Gaziano J, Wilson PW, Hung AM, Cho K.
J Infect Dis
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Robust approach to combining multiple markers to improve surrogacy.
Authors: Wang X, Parast L, Han L, Tian L, Cai T.
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Binary acronym disambiguation in clinical notes from electronic health records with an application in computational phenotyping.
Authors: Link NB, Huang S, Cai T, Sun J, Dahal K, Costa L, Cho K, Liao K, Cai T, Hong C.
Int J Med Inform
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Longitudinal imaging history in early identification of intimate partner violence.
Authors: Park H, Gujrathi R, Gosangi B, Thomas R, Cai T, Chen I, Bay C, Hassan N, Boland G, Kohane I, Seltzer S, Rexrode K, Khurana B.
Eur Radiol
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Geometric Features Associated with Middle Cerebral Artery Bifurcation Aneurysm Formation: A Matched Case-Control Study.
Authors: Zhang J, Can A, Lai PMR, Mukundan S, Castro VM, Dligach D, Finan S, Gainer VS, Shadick NA, Savova G, Murphy SN, Cai T, Weiss ST, Du R.
J Stroke Cerebrovasc Dis
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Semisupervised Calibration of Risk with Noisy Event Times (SCORNET) using electronic health record data.
Authors: Ahuja Y, Liang L, Zhou D, Huang S, Cai T.
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Comparative Risk of Thrombotic and Cardiovascular Events with Tofacitinib and Anti-TNF Agents in Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Diseases.
Authors: Kochar BD, Cheng D, Cai T, Ananthakrishnan AN.
Dig Dis Sci
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Risk of Infections With Ustekinumab and Tofacitinib Compared to Tumor Necrosis Factor a Antagonists in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases.
Authors: Cheng D, Kochar BD, Cai T, Ananthakrishnan AN.
Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol
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Temporal trends of multiple sclerosis disease activity: Electronic health records indicators.
Authors: Liang L, Kim N, Hou J, Cai T, Dahal K, Lin C, Finan S, Savovoa G, Rosso M, Polgar-Tucsanyi M, Weiner H, Chitnis T, Cai T, Xia Z.
Mult Scler Relat Disord
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Testing for heterogeneity in the utility of a surrogate marker.
Authors: Parast L, Cai T, Tian L.
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