Dorota Dabrowska

Professor of Biostatistics & Statistics

(310) 206-9624
(310) 267-2113

Room 51-253C CHS
Department of Biostatistics
UCLA School of Public Health
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1772

  • M.A. Mathematics (1978) University of Warsaw, Poland
  • Ph.D. Statistics (1984) University of California, Berkeley
Research Interests: 

My research interests are in the areas of survival analysis and counting processes. I am particularly interested in non- and semi-parametric models and their applications to analyzes of multi-state models and clustered failure time data. Models of this kind arise in medical follow-up studies, as well as many other areas such as demography, epidemiology, econometrics and engineering.

  • Biostat 115 Topics in Estimation
  • Biostat 202B Topics in Estimation
  • Biostat 255 Advanced Topics in Probability and Biostatistics
  • Biostat 256 Advanced Methods in Mathematical Statistics
  • Biostat 270 Stochastic Processes
  • Biostat 475 Advanced Survival Analysis
  • Biostat 245 Advanced Seminar
  • Biostat 402B Biostatistical Consulting