A photo of Bin Zhang.

Associate Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

513-803-8050

Biography & Affiliation

Biography

Dr. Zhang joined Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center in January 2012. Dr. Zhang has served as co-investigator and lead statistician in clinical trials including both adult and pediatric patients. His statistical methodology research focuses on survival analysis, longitudinal data analysis, machine learning, meta-analysis and optimal designs. His applied research interests include cancer, radiology, infectious disease, cardiovascular diseases, health behavior and environmental health. Dr. Zhang served as the lead statistician for the Collaborative Antiviral Study Group (CASG); the deputy director of the Statistical and Data Management Center of Mycoses Study Group (MSG); Steering Committee member for the Consortium of Hospitals to Advance Research on Tobacco (CHART) trials. He has published 90 theoretical as well as collaborative articles in peer-reviewed journals. He is an elected member (Fellow) of International Statistical Institute (ISI). His paper “Women's Rehabilitation Experiences Following Breast Cancer Surgery” was the winner of the 2018 Rehabilitation Nursing Writers’ Award: Editor’s Choice Award. His research "Quantitative MRI of fatty liver disease in a large pediatric cohort: correlation between liver fat fraction, stiffness, volume, and patient-specific factor" was the article of the year (2018) for Abdominal Radiology. His recent paper "Masked Uncontrolled Hypertension is Not Attributable to Medication Non-Adherence" was selected as a High Impact Paper for Hypertension.

Academic Affiliation

Associate Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

Divisions

Biostatistics

Education

BS: University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, Anhui, China.

PhD: University of Missouri, Columbia, MO.

Publications

Global identifiability of latent class models with applications to diagnostic test accuracy studies: A Gröbner basis approach. Duan, R; Cao, M; Ning, Y; Zhu, M; Zhang, B; McDermott, A; Chu, H; Zhou, X; Moore, JH; Ibrahim, JG; et al. Biometrics. 2020; 76:98-108.

Risk of Acute Kidney Injury following Contrast-enhanced CT in Hospitalized Pediatric Patients: A propensity score analysis. Gilligan, LA; Davenport, MS; Trout, AT; Su, W; Zhang, B; Goldstein, SL; Dillman, JR. Radiology. 2020; 294:548-556.

Consensus-oriented cloud manufacturing based on blockchain technology: An exploratory study. Zhu, X; Shi, J; Huang, S; Zhang, B. Pervasive and Mobile Computing. 2020; 62:101113-101113.

Cervicocerebral quantitative arterial tortuosity: A biomarker of arteriopathy in children with intracranial aneurysms. Chen, AM; Karani, KB; Taylor, JM; Zhang, B; Furthmiller, A; De Vela, G; Leach, JL; Vadivelu, S; Abruzzo, TA. Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics. 2019; 24:389-8.

Relationship between abdominal fat stores and liver fat, pancreatic fat, and metabolic comorbidities in a pediatric population with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Trout, AT; Hunte, DE; Mouzaki, M; Xanthakos, SA; Su, W; Zhang, B; Dillman, JR. Abdominal Radiology. 2019; 44:3107-3114.

Masked uncontrolled hypertension is not attributable to medication nonadherence. Siddiqui, M; Judd, EK; Dudenbostel, T; Zhang, B; Gupta, P; Tomaszewski, M; Patel, P; Oparil, S; Calhoun, DA. Hypertension. 2019; 74:652-659.

Reliability and normative values of common adult radiographic parameters for hip preservation in the developing pelvis. Whitlock, PW; Salari, KF; Blumstein, G; Zhang, B; Arkader, A; Choi, P. Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery. 2019; 6:189-198.

Normative values for ultrasound measurements of the female pelvic organs throughout childhood and adolescence. Gilligan, LA; Trout, AT; Schuster, JG; Schwartz, BI; Breech, LL; Zhang, B; Towbin, AJ. Pediatric Radiology: roentgenology, nuclear medicine, ultrasonics, CT, MRI. 2019; 49:1042-1050.

Possible Bias From Prepopulated Impressions in Structured Radiology Reports. Li, Y; Trout, AT; Zhang, B; Towbin, AJ. Journal of the American College of Radiology. 2019; 16:724-727.

Inter-radiologist agreement using Society of Abdominal Radiology-American Gastroenterological Association (SAR-AGA) consensus nomenclature for reporting CT and MR enterography in children and young adults with small bowel Crohn disease. Rees, MA; Dillman, JR; Anton, CG; Rattan, MS; Smith, EA; Towbin, AJ; Zhang, B; Trout, AT. Abdominal Radiology. 2019; 44:391-397.