Shiyu Zhang is a research investigator in the Data Science for Dynamic Intervention Decision Making Center (d3c). Her research interests focus on missing data. She currently works on understanding the occurrence of missing data in different stages of micro-randomized trials, its implications for informing future adaptive interventions, and potential ways to reduce missingness.
Prior to joining d3c, Shiyu completed her PhD at the Michigan Program in Survey and Data Science at the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan under the supervision of Dr. James Wagner and Dr. Brady West. She received her MA and MS in data science, human migration study, and sociology from Utrecht University, Tilburg University, and the University of Chicago.