I am a PhD student at the Biostatistics Group of the Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Karolinska Institutet. My main research interests cover developing and applying statistical approaches for register-based epidemiological studies, particularly in survival analysis and cost-effectiveness studies in health technology assessment. I am always amazed by how much story to tell when it comes to statistics (also outside of statistics for sure)! I truly hope you find my personal website useful to you.


  • Registry-based studies
  • Survival analysis
  • Cost-effectiveness studies
  • Telling stories


  • PhD in Medical Science, 2021-

    Karolinska Institutet

  • MSc in Public Health Sciences, Epidemiology, 2020

    Karolinska Institutet

  • BSc in Public Health, 2018

    National Taiwan University

Latest experience


PhD student

Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Karolinska Institutet

Mar 2021 – Present
My on-going PhD project is entitled “Extrapolating survival with applications in health technology assessment”, supervised by Paul Dickman, Mark Clements, and Magnus Björkholm.

Research Assistant

Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Karolinska Institutet

Jun 2020 – Mar 2021 Stockholm, Sweden
  • Completed tutorials on survival extrapolation, estimating relative survival, making ratetable using R
  • Teaching Assistant of Biostatistics workshops for med students
  • Lecturer at Stata lab of Applied Epidemiology I (4FH089)
  • Offered statistical consulting in clinical epidemiological studies

Part-time intern

Synergus Real World Evidence

Sep 2019 – Mar 2020 Stockholm, Sweden
  • Reviewing transferability studies about stroke healthcare delivery in Sweden
  • Evaluating external validity, generalizability, and transferability from European HTA guidelines: EUnethta (EU), IQWiG (Germany), SBU (Sweden), HAS (France), and NICE (UK)