Adjunct Assistant Professor. Ph.D., Statistics, University of Waterloo (Ontario, Canada) 2005; M.Sc., Statistics, Simon Faser University Colorado State University, 2000. Design and analysis of clinical and translational studies, particularly with interdisciplinary teams. Interests include longitudinal analysis, clinical trial design and analysis, and structural equation modeling. Survival analysis with particular emphasis on interval censored data; event history data analysis; methods accounting for informative censoring; assessment of modelfit.
Adjunct Assistant Professor. Director of Laboratory Computers, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation. M.D., University of Pittsburgh, 1974; M.S., University of Minnesota, 1980. Computers in laboratory medicine, medical databases.
Adjunct Assistant Professor. Director of Advanced Research Computing at Case Western Reserve University. PhD, Biostatistics, Case Western Reserve University; MS, Computer Engineering, Case Western Reserve University; MA, Mathematics, Miami University.
Assistant Professor. PhD, Statistics, Case Western Reserve University, 2003; MS, Biometry, Case Western Reserve University, 1980; MS, Mathematics, University of Akron, 1976. Research Interests: statistics in psychiatry, change point analysis, experimental design in clinical trials, biostatistics, bioinformatics.
Professor. Quantitative Health Sciences, Cleveland Clinic Foundation. PhD, University of Houston, TX. Specialty Interests: Prediction, medical decision making, quality of life asessment, patient references, decision analysis.
Adjunct Assistant Professor. PhD, Engineering, Case Western Reserve University; AM, Applied Mathematics, Harvard University.
Assistant Professor. Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Deparement. PhD,... [continues]
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