Tatsuki Koyama

Professor of Biostatistics
Office Address
2525 West End Avenue, Suite 1020
Room / Suite
Room 10120
(615) 936-1232

PhD, Statistics, University of Pittsburgh

Research interests include: group sequential methods; two-stage adaptive procedures (phase II / phase III); noninferiority / superiority / equivalence trials; statistics in basic science; statistical graphics; p value, confidence interval, unbiased estimate from a Simon's two-stage procedure

Honors and service include: Patrick G. Arbogast Collaborative Publication Awards (2014 and 2017); treasurer, American Statistical Association, Middle Tennessee Chapter (2022)

More information: biostat.app.vumc.org/TatsukiKoyama

Dr. Koyama's primary research interests revolve around flexible experimental designs for clinical trials and inference from the data that such flexible and adaptive designs produce, both in the Frequentist and Bayesian paradigms. He currently teaches the graduate-level course "Clinical trials and experimental design," and his collaborative research interests include comparative effectiveness research of treatments for localized prostate cancer and association between acute lung injury and air pollution, among others.