Mario Chen, PhD, MSAssociate Director, Biostatistics
Areas of expertise
- Quantitative analysis
- Clinical research
- Data monitoring
Projects & Resources
Linking Communities and Scientists to Durham HIV Prevention (LinCS 2 Durham) is a community-based participatory research project that brings members of the Black community in Durham, NC, and scientists together to help chart the course of future HIV prevention research in the city.
The International Clinical Studies Support Center (ICSSC) at FHI 360 provides a wide range of support services to clinical investigators conducting international research on treatment, prevention and control of infectious diseases in developing countries.
The Program Research for Strengthening Services (PROGRESS) project in Ethiopia assessed whether women with Implanon implants experienced barriers to having them removed and developed recommendations for improving service delivery.
The USAID/Sustainable Management of the HIV/AIDS Response and Transition to Technical Assistance (SMART TA) program worked with local stakeholders to conduct a study on the proportion of patients enrolled on antiretroviral therapy (ART) who achieved viral suppression. Results of the study are presented in this report.
Opportunities for Expanded HIV Treatment as Prevention: Results from Ho Chi Minh City Pre-ART Viral Load Assessment
The USAID/Sustainable Management of the HIV/AIDS Response and Transition to Technical Assistance (SMART TA) program worked with local stakeholders to conduct a study on pre-antiretroviral (ART) patients in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Results of the study are presented in this report.