Current Research Interests
Dr. Devlin’s research interests are in the development of adaptive and nonparametric regression methods for cancer research. His dissertation investigated the use of adaptive modeling techniques to characterize how the discriminatory ability of a medical test (biomarker) may depend on key patient attributes. At Memorial Sloan Kettering, he continues to work on how these flexible methods can be used to explore censored survival data. Dr. Devlin also collaborates with researchers in the Clinical Leukemia, Bone Marrow Transplant, and Myeloma Services in the design and analysis of retrospective and prospective studies.