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Maureen ​Lahiff, PhD

Emeritus Academic, Epidemiology and Biostatistics
  • Affiliated Faculty, Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health

Maureen Lahiff has been a lecturer in biostatistics at the BPH since 1991. She teaches introductory and intermediate statistics courses for doctoral students, masters and MPH students, and undergraduates. She also teaches for the Online MPH Program.
Address: 2121 Berkeley Way
Berkeley, CA 94720


Distinguished Teaching and Mentorship Award, School of Public Health, 2009

Lifetime Friend of the Joint Medical Program, UCB-UCSF, 2017

Zak Sabry Mentorship Award, UCB School of Public Health, 2019

Research Interests

  • Multivariate methods
  • Time series and longitudinal data
  • Acculturation and health


  • PhD – Statistics
    University of Chicago, 1984
  • AM – Statistics
    University of Michigan, 1974
  • AM – Math
    University of Michigan, 1974
  • AB (Honors) – University of Detroit, 1971


Courses Taught

    • PH W142
    • Intro to Probability and Statistics in Biology and Public Health