Welcome to Hajime Uno’s page. I am a biostatistician devoted to collaborative clinical and methodological research to promote improved understanding of human disease, especially cancer. I work in the Division of Population Sciences, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and am an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School. In collaborative clinical research, my role is to help to enhance scientific value of the research with expertise in statistical methodology. As much as applying appropriate standard methods to each clinical question is important, it is important to explore and apply alternative approaches, so that we can learn more from valuable data. Such activities involve novel applications of existing statistical methods and also require the development of new statistical methods.