Harvard Catalyst Profiles
Contact, publication, and social network information about Harvard faculty and fellows.
Open Source Software
to edit your profile (add a photo, awards, links to other websites, etc.)
Edit My Profile
My Person List (
Return to Top
Search Result Details
Back to Search Results
This page shows the details of why an item matched the keywords from your search.
One or more keywords matched the following properties of
Adjunct Professor of Biostatistics
One or more keywords matched the following items that are connected to
A penalized latent class model for ordinal data.
A pseudolikelihood approach for simultaneous analysis of array comparative genomic hybridizations.
Estimating time-to-event from longitudinal ordinal data using random-effects Markov models: application to multiple sclerosis progression.
Analysis of a molecular genetic neuro-oncology study with partially biased selection.
Binary data with two, non-nested sources of clustering: an analysis of physician recommendations for early prostate cancer treatment.
Testing for familial correlation in age-at-onset.
Computationally simple analysis of matched, outcome-based studies of ordinal disease states.
Recognizing the problem of delayed entry in time-to-event studies: Better late than never for clinical neuroscientists.
Training in Neurostatistics and Neuroepidemiology
Short-Term Research Training for Minority Students
Pipelines into Biostatistics: Training in Quantitative Public Health
Specialized Programs of Translational Research in Acute Stroke at the Partners
MBRS IMSD Program at the Harvard School of Public Health
Pipelines into Quantitative Aging Research