Pei-Pei Lei has more than 10 years of analytic and programming experience in survey research across the public health and health care domains. As a senior biostatistician, she is responsible for overseeing survey sampling, programming surveys for multiple modes of data collection, weighting survey data, and data analysis using a variety of descriptive and multivariate techniques.
Before joining Commonwealth Medicine, Lei worked at the University of Illinois as a clinical trial research assistant, working on statistical data analyses and conducting qualitative interviews. She has extensive experience with statistical software such as SAS, SPSS, and R, and is an expert-level programmer with advanced knowledge of applying J-script to survey design. She has co-authored several articles and publications.
Lei holds master’s degrees in sociology from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and political economy from National Cheng-Kung University in Taiwan. She received her bachelor’s degree in business administration from National Cheng-Kung University.