Statistics in Medicine

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  • A Bayesian multivariate meta-analysis of prevalence data 2020
  • Emulating a trial of joint dynamic strategies: An application to monitoring and treatment of HIV-positive individuals.  38:2428-2446. 2019
  • A semiparametric joint model for terminal trend of quality of life and survival in palliative care research.  36:4692-4704. 2017
  • Correction to: Prevalence odds ratio versus prevalence ratio: choice comes with consequences: Prevalence odds ratio versus prevalence ratio (Statistics in Medicine, (2016), 35, 30, (5730-5735), 10.1002/sim.7059).  36:3760. 2016
  • Prevalence odds ratio versus prevalence ratio: choice comes with consequences.  35:5730-5735. 2016
  • Marginalized zero-inflated negative binomial regression with application to dental caries.  35:1722-1735. 2016
  • Selecting a separable parametric spatiotemporal covariance structure for longitudinal imaging data.  34:145-161. 2015
  • Small sample performance of bias-corrected sandwich estimators for cluster-randomized trials with binary outcomes.  34:281-296. 2015
  • Surrogates of protection in repeated low-dose challenge experiments.  34:1747-1760. 2015
  • A marginalized zero-inflated Poisson regression model with overall exposure effects.  33:5151-5165. 2014
  • A hierarchical finite mixture model that accommodates zero-inflated counts, non-independence, and heterogeneity.  33:2238-2250. 2014
  • Joint modeling quality of life and survival using a terminal decline model in palliative care studies.  32:1394-1406. 2013
  • Comparing competing risk outcomes within principal strata, with application to studies of mother-to-child transmission of HIV.  31:3406-3418. 2012
  • Correction: Evaluation metrics for biostatistical and epidemiological collaborations.  31:600. 2012
  • Evaluation metrics for biostatistical and epidemiological collaborations.  30:2767-2777. 2011
  • The end of the beginning: A commentary on 'Evaluation metrics for biostatistical and epidemiological collaborations': A rejoinder.  30:2783-2784. 2011
  • Avoiding bias in mixed model inference for fixed effects.  30:2696-2707. 2011
  • A linear exponent AR(1) family of correlation structures.  29:1825-1838. 2010
  • Real longitudinal data analysis for real people: Building a good enough mixed model.  29:504-520. 2010
  • Patient death as a censoring event or competing risk event in models of nursing home placement.  29:371-381. 2010
  • A new estimate of family disease history providing improved prediction of disease risks.  28:1269-1283. 2009
  • Estimating a weighted average of stratum-specific parameters.  27:4972-4991. 2008
  • An R2 statistic for fixed effects in the linear mixed model.  27:6137-6157. 2008
  • Statistical tests with accurate size and power for balanced linear mixed models.  26:3639-3660. 2007
  • Stochastically curtailed phase II clinical trials.  26:1462-1472. 2007
  • The role of education in biostatistical consulting.  26:709-720. 2007
  • A method for fitting regression splines with varying polynomial order in the linear mixed model.  25:513-527. 2006
  • The effects of intentional weight loss as a latent variable problem.  24:941-954. 2005
  • A simple significance test for quantile regression.  23:2587-2597. 2004
  • The analysis of survival data with a non-susceptible fraction and dual censoring mechanisms.  22:3249-3262. 2003
  • Comparing longitudinal binary outcomes in an observational oral health study.  22:2057-2070. 2003
  • Hierarchical linear models for the development of growth curves: An example with body mass index in overweight/obese adults.  22:1911-1942. 2003
  • Phase specific analysis of herpes zoster associated pain data: A new statistical approach.  20:2429-2439. 2001
  • Interpreting age, period and cohort effects in plasma lipids and serum insulin using repeated measures regression analysis: The CARDIA study.  18:655-679. 1999
  • Associations of types of lens opacities between and within eyes of individuals: An application of second-order generalized estimating equations.  15:145-156. 1996
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 0277-6715
  • Electronic International Standard Serial Number (eissn)

  • 1097-0258