Emine Bayman


Portrait of Prof. Emine Bayman of the Department of Biostatistics at the University of Iowa College of Public Health

Title(s): Associate Professor
Department: Biostatistics
Office: N509 CPHB
Phone: (319) 467-1301

Dr. Bayman is an Associate Professor of Anesthesia, with a secondary appointment in Biostatistics. She has over nine years of experience providing statistical design expertise to multi-center clinical trials, and has been a member of the NN statistical design team for 5 years. Dr. Bayman has a deep understanding of translating clinical questions to study designs. Dr. Bayman’s methodological areas of interest include design of clinical trials and applications of Bayesian methods along with frequentist methods. Her recent work focuses on design of multi-center clinical trials, detection of outliers with Bayesian approach and statistical methods for the prediction of chronic post-surgical pain.

Courses Taught

  • Biostatistical Methods I

Research Interests

  • Bayesian statistics
  • Clinical trials
  • Acute to chronic pain after surgery