Enoch Yi-Tung Chen


Om mig

I am a PhD student at the Biostatistics Group at the Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Karolinska Institutet. My main research interests are developing and applying statistical approaches for register-based epidemiological studies, particularly in survival analysis and cost-effectiveness studies in health technology assessment. Details of my teaching and researches can be found on my personal website:

PhD project title: Extrapolating survival with applications to health technology assessment

Supervisors: Paul Dickman (MEB), Mark Clements (MEB), Magnus Björkholm (MedS), Ellinor Östensson (KBH)



Pedagogiska meriter

I have been involved in teaching of

  • Survival analysis (Biostatistics III, PhD course)
  • Biostatistics workshops of Term 8 medical students' project (Examensarbete i medicin HT20). 
  • Introduction to R (PhD course)
  • Biostatistics lab sessions, Applied Epidemiology I course for Master students in Epidemiology


  • 2021-current, PhD in Medical Science (Biostatistics), Karolinska Institutet
  • 2020, MSc in Public Health Sciences, Epidemiology, Karolinska Institutet
  • 2018, BSc in Public Health, National Taiwan University