Tenglong Li



I have been teaching in the College of Professional Studies at Northeastern University since 2018. In the meantime, I have been doing research in the department of biostatistics and department of computational biomedicine in Boston University. Specifically, I have done research on transmission modeling for tuberculosis (TB) and Covid-19, statistical adjustment of batch effects for microarray data, robustness analysis of causal inferences and psychometrics. My expertise and research interests include: Epidemiological Modeling, Statistical Computation, Bayesian statistics and Causal Inference. I also have broad interest in psychometrics and econometrics. I have taught several courses on analytics and statistical methods in economics at the College of Professional Studies. 


Doctor of Philosophy from Michigan State University (2018)

Professional Experience

May 2018 – Present. Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Biostatistics, Boston University.

August 2018 – Present. Lecturer, College of Professional Studies, Northeastern University.