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Ofer Harel, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Department of Statistics
Principal Investigator, Center for Health, Intervention, and Prevention (CHIP)
Academic Office Location:
University of Connecticut
215 Glenbrook Road, Unit 4120
Storrs, CT 06269-4120
Phone: 860-486-6989
Fax: 860-486-4113
Email: ofer.harel@uconn.edu
oharel@stat.uconn.edu
Education
DegreeInstitutionMajor
B.A.University of HaifaStatistics and Economics
Ph.D.The Pennsylvania State UniversityStatistics

Post-Graduate Training
TrainingInstitutionSpecialty
InternshipStatistical Consulting Center, University of HaifaInternship, Consulted on research projects with graduate students and faculty, Compared a Random Digit Dialing (RDD) system to the existing system in the survey center at the Statistical Consulting Center
PostdoctoralBiostatistics Department, University of WashingtonPostdoctoral fellow, Health Services Research and Development Center of Excellence VA Puget Sound Health Care System, and The National Alzheimer's Coordinating Center

Awards
Name of Award/HonorAwarding Organization
Program Chair-Elect of the Health Policy Statistics SectionAmerican Statistical Association
Nominated for office at the Statistics section of the American Public Health AssociationAmerican Public Health Association
The paper “Assessing privacy using AUC metric” by Matthews, G., Harel, O. and Aseltine, R. won the ASA Health Policy & Statistics Section’s (HPSS) student paper competitionASA Health Policy & Statistics
AAUP Excellence Award (Research Promise) Association of American University Professors
State of Connecticut General Assembly Official Citation State of Connecticut
Statistics in Epidemiology section of ASA, Travel award American Statistical Association
CHIP/CHCM Grant Development Stipend Competition University of Connecticut
Nominated for office at the Epidemiology section of the American Statistical AssociationAmerican Statistical Association
Young Researcher travel award, IBC conference International Biometric Conference
Young Researcher travel award, Eastern North American Region of the International Biometric Society conferenceInternational Biometric Society
Seventh North American New Researchers Conference travel award North American New Researchers Conference
Young Researcher travel award, Summer institute on longitudinal methods The Pennsylvania State University
Graduate student travel award, Department of StatisticsPennsylvania State University
Graduate student travel award, The Methodology CenterPennsylvania State University
Ph.D. award for young researchers University of Haifa, Israel
Name & DescriptionCategoryRoleTypeScopeStart YearEnd Year
Environmental Health & Safety committee, Department of Statistics, University of ConnecticutAdvisory CommitteeMemberUConn-StorrsUniversity20112011
Statistics department head search committee, Department of Statistics, University of ConnecticutAdvisory CommitteeMemberUConn-StorrsUniversity20112011
Organizer and discussant of the roundtable “ Data confidentiality: health policy perspective.” Section on Health Policy Statistics, Joint Statistical Meeting, August 1, 2011Workshop/ConferenceMemberExternalNational20112011
Judge at 2011 Statistical Poster Competition of the Connecticut chapter of the American Statistical Association April 2, 2011Workshop/ConferenceJudge ExternalState20112011
Session chair at the Eastern North American Region (ENAR) of the International Biometric Society (IBS) meetingWorkshop/ConferenceSession chairExternalNational20112011
Connecticut Chapter of the American Statistical Association Professional/Scientific OrganizationPresidentExternalState20102011
Statistics search committee, Department of Statistics, University of ConnecticutAdvisory CommitteeMemberUConn-StorrsUniversity20102010
Member of the scientific organizing committee for the International Conference for Health Policy Statistics (ICHPS), 2011Workshop/ConferenceMemberExternalNational20102011
Organizer of the 8th annual ASA, CT chapter mini-conference “The analysis of incomplete data – from past to future,” Storrs, CTWorkshop/ConferenceOrganizer ExternalState20102010
Invited session organizer (Data Confidentiality: Do We Really Want to Disturb a Sleeping Bear?) at the the International Conference for Health Policy Statistics (ICHPS)Workshop/ConferenceSession Organizer ExternalNational20102010
Connecticut Chapter of the American Statistical Association Professional/Scientific OrganizationVice PresidentExternalState20092010
Colloquium committee, Department of Statistics, University of ConnecticutAdvisory CommitteeMemberUConn-StorrsUniversity20092012
Faculty oversight committee for the learning communities (Public Health House)Advisory CommitteeMemberUConn-StorrsUniversity20092011
Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) member of the Ethel Donaghue Center for Translating Research into Practice and Policy (TRIPP Center)Advisory CommitteeMemberUConn-StorrsUniversity20092011
Biostatistics search committee, University of Connecticut Health CenterAdvisory CommitteeMemberUConn-StorrsUniversity20092010
Member of the scientific organizing committee for the International Conference for Health Policy Statistics (ICHPS), 2010Workshop/ConferenceOrganizerExternalInternational20092010
Topic contributed session organizer and chair (Data Confidentiality: Do We Really Want to Disturb a Sleeping Bear?) at the Joint Statistical Meeting (JSM) of the American Statistical Association.Workshop/ConferenceSession Organizer and ChairExternalNational20092009
Biostatistics search committee, Department of Statistics, University of ConnecticutAdvisory CommitteeMember UConn-StorrsUniversity20082011
Biostatistics program development committee, Department of Statistics, University of ConnecticutAdvisory CommitteeMember UConn-StorrsUniversity20082011
Planning/Advisory committee: design, biostatistics, & clinical research ethics in clinical and translational research (CTSA), University of ConnecticutAdvisory CommitteeMemberUConn-StorrsUniversity20082010
Invited session organizer (Methods and applications for incomplete data) at the 21st New England Statistics SymposiumWorkshop/ConferenceSession OrganizerExternalRegional20072007
Organizing committee Mini Symposium on Bayesian Nonparametrics, Department of Statistics, University of ConnecticutWorkshop/ConferenceMemberUConn-StorrsUniversity20062006
Library committee, Department of Statistics, University of ConnecticutEducation CommitteeMemberUConn-StorrsUniversity20062009
Planning/Advisory committee: Pre-doctoral (T32) training program in clinical and translational research, University of ConnecticutAdvisory CommitteeMemberUConn-StorrsUniversity20062007
Center of applied statistics – Consulting, Department of Statistics, University of ConnecticutAdvisory CommitteeMember UConn-StorrsUniversity20052012
Social committee, Department of Statistics, University of ConnecticutAdvisory CommitteeMemberUConn-StorrsUniversity20052012
Library committee, Department of Statistics, The Pennsylvania State UniversityAdvisory CommitteeMember UConn-StorrsUniversity20012003
The Center for Public Health and Health PolicyProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMemberUConn-StorrsUniversity
The Institute for Public Health ResearchProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMemberUConn-StorrsUniversity
The Center for Health, Intervention, and PreventionProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMemberUConn-StorrsUniversity
The Connecticut Center for Eliminating Health Disparities among LatinosProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMemberUConn-StorrsUniversity
The Connecticut Institute for Clinical and Translational ScienceProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMemberUConn HealthUniversity
Booth Engineering Center for Advanced TechnologyProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMemberUConn-StorrsUniversity
American Statistical AssociationProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMemberExternalNational
Institute of Mathematical StatisticsProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMemberExternalNational
Eastern North American Region of the International Biometric SocietyProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMemberExternalInternational
International Society for Bayesian AnalysisProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMemberExternalInternational
American Public Health AssociationProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMemberExternalNational
The Mathematical Association of AmericaProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMemberExternalNational
The Open Medical Informatics JournalEditorial BoardMemberExternalNational
AIDS and BehaviorEditorial BoardStatistical Consulting editorExternalNational
BiometrikaProfessional/Scientific JournalReviewerExternalNational
BiometricsProfessional/Scientific JournalReviewerExternalNational
Journal of Official StatisticsProfessional/Scientific JournalReviewerExternalNational
Statistics in MedicineProfessional/Scientific JournalReviewerExternalNational
Computational StatisticsProfessional/Scientific JournalReviewerExternalNational
Bulletin of Statistics&EconomicsProfessional/Scientific JournalReviewerExternalNational
Communications in StatisticsProfessional/Scientific JournalReviewerExternalNational
The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society AProfessional/Scientific JournalReviewerExternalInternational
International Conference on Intelligent Systems & Knowledge EngineeringProfessional/Scientific JournalReviewerExternalNational
Pediatric and Perinatal EpidemiologyProfessional/Scientific JournalReviewerExternalNational
Biological PsychiatryProfessional/Scientific JournalReviewerExternalNational
American Journal of EpidemiologyProfessional/Scientific JournalReviewerExternalNational
Psychological MethodsProfessional/Scientific JournalReviewerExternalNational
Journal of the American Statistical AssociationProfessional/Scientific JournalReviewerExternalNational
Computational Statistics and Data AnalysisProfessional/Scientific JournalReviewerExternalNational
Twin Research and Human GeneticsProfessional/Scientific JournalReviewerExternalNational
Journal of Applied StatisticsProfessional/Scientific JournalReviewerExternalNational
EpidemiologyProfessional/Scientific JournalReviewerExternalNational
The Open Medical Informatics JournalProfessional/Scientific JournalReviewerExternalNational
Annals of Applied StatisticsProfessional/Scientific JournalReviewerExternalNational
Thomson/Brooks ColeProfessional/Scientific OrganizationBook ReviewerExternalNational

Journal Articles

Books

  • Harel, O Strategies for Data Analysis with Two Types of Missing Values: From Theory to Application 2009 Jan;

Book Chapters

  • Techniques for analyzing intensive longitudinal data with missing values
    Black AC, Harel O, Matthews G Handbook of research methods for studying daily life 2011 Jan;339-356

Conference Papers

Other

  • Patterns of alcohol use and sexual behaviors among current drinkers in Cape Town, South Africa.
    Scott-Sheldon, Lori A J; Carey, Michael P; Carey, Kate B; Cain, Demetria; Harel, Ofer; Mehlomakulu, Vuyelwa; Mwaba, Kelvin; Simbayi, Leickness C; Kalichman, Seth C Addictive behaviors 2012 Apr;37(4):492-7
  • Designed missingness to better estimate efficacy of behavioral studies
    Harel O, Stratton J, Aseltine R Technical Report (11-15), The Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut 2011 Jan;
  • Generating multiple imputation from multiple models to incorporate model uncertainty in nonignorable missing data problems
    Siddique J, Harel O, Crespi CM Technical Report (11-11), The Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut 2011 Jan;
  • On a sequential probability ratio test (SPRT) subject to incomplete data
    Harel O, Mukhopadhyay N, Yan J Technical Report (11-16), The Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut 2011 Jan;
  • Use of multiple assays subject to detection limits with regression modeling in assessing the relationship between exposure and outcome.
    Albert, Paul S; Harel, Ofer; Perkins, Neil; Browne, Richard Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass.) 2010 Jul;21 Suppl 4S35-43
  • A closer examination of three small-sample approximations to the multiple imputation degrees of freedom
    Wagstaff DA, Harel O Technical Report (10-33), The Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut 2010 Jan;
  • Comparing regression coefficients between nested models for clustered data with generalized estimating equations
    Yan J, Aseltine R, Harel O Technical Report (10-08), The Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut 2010 Jan;
  • Data Confidentiality: A review of methods for satistical disclosure limitation and methods for assessing privacy
    Matthews G, Harel O Technical Report (10-24), The Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut 2010 Jan;
  • Intimate partner violence perpetration as a healthcare issue: documentation of male veterans
    Gerlock AA, Grimesey JL, Pisciotta AK, Harel O Technical Report (10-31), The Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut 2010 Jan;
  • Techniques for analyzing incomplete longitudinal data
    Black AC, Harel O, Matthews G Technical Report (10-32), The Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut 2010 Jan;
  • Assessing privacy using AUC metric
    Matthews G, Harel O, Aseltine R Technical Report (09-27), The Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut 2009 Jan;
  • Effectiveness of step by step: outcomes among senior center participants in evidence-based fall-risk management
    Fortinsky RH, Baker DI, Harel O, Gottschalk M, Kleppinger A Technical Report (09-25), The Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut 2009 Jan;
  • The impact of model mis-specification on the outfluence
    Harel, O Technical Report (09-07), The Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut 2009 Jan;
  • The use of multiple imputation for data subject to limits of detection
    Harel O, Perkins N, Schisterman E Technical Report (09-17), The Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut 2009 Jan;
  • Analysis of extreem drinking in patients with alcohol dependence using Pareto regression
    Das S, Harel O, Dey D, Covault J, Kranzler H Technical Report (08-31), The Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut 2008 Jan;
  • Consumption of a docosahexaenoic acid containing functional food during pregnancy decreases infant ponderal index and cord plasma insulin concentration
    Courville AB, Harel O, Lammi-Keefe CJ Technical Report (08-16), The Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut 2008 Jan;
  • Examining the robustness of fully synthetic data techniques for data with binary variables
    Matthews G, Harel O, Aseltine R Technical Report (08-15), The Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut 2008 Jan;
  • How well quantified is the limit of quantification?
    Guo Y, Harel O, Little RJ Technical Report (08-20), The Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut 2008 Jan;
  • Inferences on the outfluence -- how do missing values impact your analysis?
    Harel O, Stratton J Technical Report (08-34), The Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut 2008 Jan;
  • On multiple imputation in overdispersed Poisson regression and related model selection issues
    Harel O, Liu J, Dey D Technical Report (08-06), The Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut 2008 Jan;
  • Partial and latent ignorability in missing-data problems
    Harel O, Schafer JL Technical Report (08-07), The Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut 2008 Jan;
  • The estimation of R2 and adjusted R2 in incomplete data-sets using multiple imputation
    Harel, O Technical Report (08-01), The Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut 2008 Jan;
  • Outfluence - the impact of missing values
    Harel, O Technical Report (07-20), The Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut 2007 Jan;
  • Variation in genes encoding GABA-A subunits predicts drinking behavior in project MATCH
    Bauer LO, Covault J, Harel O, Das S, Anton R, Kranzler HR Technical Report (07-14), The Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut 2007 Jan;
  • A Docosahexaenoic acid-functional food during pregnancy benefits infant visual acuity at 4 but not 6 months of age
    Judge MP, Harel O, Lammi-Keefe C Technical report (06-18), The Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut 2006 Jan;
  • Maternal consumpsion of DHA-functional food during pregnancy: benefit for infant performance on problem-solving but not recognition memory tasks at 9 months of age
    Judge MP, Harel O, Lammi-Keefe CJ Technical report (06-26), The Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut 2006 Jan;
  • Strategies for data analysis with two types of missing values
    Harel, O Technical Report, The Methodology Center, The Pennsylvania State University 2003 Jan;
Title or AbstractTypeSponsor/EventDate/YearLocation
Assessing the inferential privacy of synthetic dataTalkJoint Statistical Meeting2011Miami Beach, FL
Data confidentiality: health policy perspectivePanel DiscussionJoint Statistical Meeting2011Miami Beach, FL
Generating multiple imputations from multiple models to incorporate model uncertainty in nonignorable missing data problemsTalkJoint Statistical Meeting2011Miami Beach, FL
The use of multiple imputation for data subject to limits of detectionTalk5th Annual International Conference on Mathematics & Statistics2011Athens, Greece
Strategies for data analysis with two types of missing valuesTalkStatistics seminar Tel-Aviv University2011Tel-Aviv, Israel
Strategies for data analysis with two types of missing valuesTalkThe Department of Statistics at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem2011Jerusalem, Israel
New concepts in the analysis of incomplete dataPanel DiscussionModern Modeling Methods (M3) Conference2011Storrs, CT
Strategies for data analysis with two types of missing valuesTalkStatistical Center for HIV/AIDS Research and Prevention (SCHARP), Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Ce2011Seattle, WA
Designed missingness to better estimate efficacy of behavioral studiesTalk10th Conference on Health Survey Research Methods2011Atlanta, GA
Comparing regression coefficients between nested linear models for clustered data with generalized estimating equationsTalkEastern North American Region of the International Biometric Society2011Miami, FL
Inferences on missing information under multiple imputation and two-stage multiple imputationTalkBiostatistics seminar UCLA2011Los Angeles, CA
Are we missing the importance of missing values in HIV prevention RCTs? A literature reviewTalkStatistics in AIDS seminar UCLA2011Los Angeles, CA
A review of disclosure limitation methods employed by web-based data query systemsTalkJoint Statistical Meeting2011Miami Beach, FL
Diagnostic accuracy of a binary test with two types of missing valuesTalkModern Modeling Methods (M3) Conference2011Storrs, CT
Missing data techniques for multilevel data: implications of model misspecificationTalkModern Modeling Methods (M3) Conference2011Storrs, CT
Examining the robustness of fully synthetic data techniques for data with binary variablesTalkModern Modeling Methods (M3) Conference2011Storrs, CT
Assessing database privacy using the area under the receiver-operator characteristic curveTalk25rd New England Statistics Symposium2011Storrs, CT
Generating multiple imputations from multiple models to incorporate model uncertainty in nonignorable missing data problemsTalkEastern North American Region of the International Biometric Society2011Miami, FL
Assessing privacy using the area under the receiver-operator characteristic curvePosterEastern North American Region of the International Biometric Society2011Miami, FL
Generating multiple imputations from multiple models to incorporate model uncertainty in nonignorable missing data problemsTalkPrevention Science and Methodology Group, Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, University o2010Coral Gables, FL
Assessing privacy using the area under the receiver-operator characteristic curveTalkJoint Statistical Meeting2010Vancouver, Canada
The War at Home: Detecting Intimate Partner Violence Perpetration in PTSD Treatment-Seeking VeteransTalkAnnual Forensic Nursing Conference, University of Washington2010Seattle, WA
Comparing the performance of three small-sample approximations to the multiple imputation degrees of freedomTalkDepartment of Human Development and Family Studies, State College2010State College, PA
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Intimate Partner Violence Perpetration Among Treatment-Seeking VeteransTalkGrand Rounds, Philadelphia, VAMC2010Philadelphia, PA
Inferences on missing information under multiple imputation and two-stage multiple imputationTalkMissing data approaches in the health and social sciences: a modern survey meeting, McGill Universit2010Montréal, QC
How to complete the incomplete; a statistical antidote for incomplete data setsTalkEpidemiology/Biostatistics seminar University of Massachusetts2010Amherst, MA
Inferences on missing information under multiple imputation and two-stage multiple imputationTalkNIH/NIAID2010Rockville, MD
Assessing privacy using the area under the receiver-operator characteristic curveTalkThe 8th International Conference on Health Policy Statistics (ICHPS)2010Washington, DC
Generating multiple imputations from multiple models to incorporate model uncertainty in nonignorable missing data problemsTalkDepartment of Preventive Medicine (Biostatistics), Northwestern University2010Chicago, IL
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Intimate Partner Violence PerpetrationTalk2nd Annual Trauma Spectrum Disorders Conference: NIH2009Bethesda, MD
The war at home: preventing family violence in military familiesTalkFamily Violence Prevention Fund national conference on domestic violence and health care2009New Orleans, LA
Promoting the health and safety of military families facing abuseTalkFamily Violence Prevention Fund national conference on domestic violence and health care2009New Orleans, LA
Assessing dangerousness and responding to it when your patient is a perpetrator of intimate partner violenceOtherFamily Violence Prevention Fund national conference on domestic violence and health care2009New Orleans, LA
Health care practitioner detection of IPV perpetration among veterans with posttraumatic stress disorderPosterFamily Violence Prevention Fund national conference on domestic violence and health care2009New Orleans, LA
Determination of IPV perpetration in a health care setting: who’s asking and who’s telling?PosterFamily Violence Prevention Fund national conference on domestic violence and health care2009New Orleans, LA
Responsible data releasesTalkJoint Statistical Meeting2009Washington, DC
Examining the robustness of fully synthetic data techniques for data with binary variablesTalkJoint Statistical Meeting2009Washington, DC
Accounting for two types of missing data to estimate the accuracy of a binary diagnostic-testTalkJoint Statistical Meeting2009Washington, DC
A Monte Carlo comparison of modern missing data techniques for multilevel dataPosterAnnual Meeting of American Psychological Assosiation2009Toronto, Canada
Intimate partner violence and military-related PTSD: assessment practices and implications for interventionTalkAmbulatory Care Conference2009Seattle, WA
Examining the robustness of fully synthetic data techniques for data with binary variablesTalk23rd New England Statistics Symposium2009Storrs, CT
Accounting for two types of missing data to estimate the accuracy of a binary diagnostic testTalk23rd New England Statistics Symposium2009Storrs, CT
Analysis of extreem drinking in patients with alcohol dependence using Pareto regressionTalkEastern North American Region of the International Biometric Society2009San Antonio, TX
Examining the robustness of fully synthetic data techniques for data with binary variablesPosterEastern North American Region of the International Biometric Society2009San Antonio, TX
The war at home: preventing family violence in military familiesOtherWebinar presentation given for the Defense Centers of Excellence2009
Strategies for data analysis with two types of missing valuesTalkStatistics seminar Hasselt University2009Hasselt, Belgium
The impact of model mis-specification on the outfluenceTalk4th International ISKE Conference on Intelligent Systems and Knowledge Engineering2009Hasselt, Belgium
Strategies for data analysis with two types of missing valuesTalkBiostatistics seminar UCLA2009Los Angeles, CA
Multiple imputation for correcting verification bias in estimating sensitivity and specificityTalkStatistics seminar Tel-Aviv University2009Tel-Aviv, Israel
Multiple imputation for correcting verification bias in estimating sensitivity and specificityTalkBiostatistics seminar University of Pennsylvania2009Philadelphia, PA
Inferences on missing information under multiple imputation and two-stage multiple imputationTalkNIH/NICHD2009Rockville, MD
Methodological issues in the analysis of new biomarkersTalk41st Annual Meeting of the Society of Epidemiologic Research2008Chicago, IL
How well quantified is the limit of quantification?Talk41st Annual Meeting of the Society of Epidemiologic Research2008Chicago, IL
Analyzing extreme drinking behavior of patients suffering alcohol dependence disorder using Pareto regressionTalk22nd New England Statistics Symposium2008Boston, MA
Examining the robustness of fully synthetic data techniques for data with binary variablesTalk22nd New England Statistics Symposium2008Boston, MA
Monitoring quality control: can we get better data?TalkJoint Statistical Meeting2008Denver, CO
Using multiple assays subject to detection limits in assessing the relationship between exposure and outcome using regression modelingTalkSymposia presented at the 41st Annual Meeting of the Society of Epidemiologic Research2008Chicago, IL
Multiple imputation for the comparison of two screening tests in two-phase Alzheimer studiesTalk7th International Conference on Health Policy Statistics (ICHPS)2008Philadelphia, PA
How does death affect the assessment of verification bias in two-phase Alzheimer studiesTalk22nd New England Statistics Symposium2008Boston, MA
Alcohol dependence associated SNPs in genes encoding GABA-A subunits predict post-treatment drinking behavior in project MATCHPosterThe International Society of Psychiatric Genetics meeting2007New York, NY
DHA-functional food in pregnancy decreases infant Ponderal index and cord blood insulin concentrationTalkFederation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB)2007Washington, DC
Multiple imputation in practice: a comparison of two imputation approaches (work in progress)Talk21st New England Statistics Symposium2007Storrs, CT
Shadow zone capture during purging and its impact on contaminant concentration averaging in monitoring wellsTalkNortheastern section of the Geological Society of America – 42nd Annual Meeting2007Durham, NH
Inferences on missing information under multiple imputation and two-stage multiple imputationTalkJoint UCONN-UMASS Statistics Colloquium, University of Massachusetts2007Amherst, MA
Multiple imputation for correcting verification bias in estimating sensitivity and specificityTalkPfizer2007New London, CT
Multiple imputation for correcting verification biasTalkUniversity of Haifa2007Haifa, Israel
Multiple imputation for correcting verification biasTalk21st New England Statistics Symposium2007Storrs, CT
How to complete the incomplete; a statistical antidote for incomplete data setsTalkDepartment of Statistics student seminar University of Connecticut2007Storrs, CT
Multiple imputation for correcting verification bias in estimating sensitivity and specificityTalkNIH/NICHD2007Rockville, MD
Analysis of longitudinal data with attrition and mortalityTalkfifth annual ASA Connecticut chapter mini-conference2007New Haven, CT
DHA functional food in pregnancy: benefit to infant problem solving at 9 monthsTalk7th Congress of International Society for Study Fatty Acids & Lipids2006Cairns, Australia
Strategies for data analysis with two types of missing valuesTalkBoston University2006Boston, MA
Inferences on missing information and the number of imputationTalkJoint Statistical Meeting2006Seattle, WA
Multiple imputation for the comparison of two screening tests in two-phase Alzheimer studiesTalkXXIII International Biometric Conference2006Montreal, QC*
Multiple imputation for correcting verification bias in estimating sensitivity and specificityTalk13th Tel-Aviv University Alzheimer’s Disease Conference2006Tel-Aviv, Israel
How to complete the incomplete; a statistical antidote for incomplete data setsTalkLowell P. Weicker, Jr. General Clinical Research Center (GCRC) Seminar Series2006Farmington, CT
Strategies for data analysis with two types of missing valuesTalkColorado State University2006Fort Collins, CO
Strategies for data analysis with two types of missing valuesTalkNIH/NICHD2006Rockville, MD
DHA functional food during pregnancy results in more mature infants states at birthTalk7th Congress of the International Society for Study Fatty Acids & Lipids2006Cairns, Australia
DHA functional food in pregnancy: benefit to infant problem solving at 9 monthsTalk97th American Oil Chemical Association Meeting & Expo.2006
Analysis of longitudinal data with attrition and mortalityTalkUniversity of Connecticut School of Medicine2005Farmington, CT
How to complete the incomplete; a statistical antidote for incomplete data setsTalkUniversity of Connecticut Department of Nutrition Sciences2005Storrs, CT
Correcting for verification bias in the assessment of the accuracy of the clinical diagnosis of ADPoster57th annual meeting of the American Academy of Neurology2005Miami, FL
Strategies for data analysis with two types of missing valuesTalkBrown University2005Providence, RI
Strategies for data analysis with two types of missing valuesTalkVanderbilt University2005Nashville, TN
Strategies for data analysis with two types of missing valuesTalkMemorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center2005New York, NY
Strategies for data analysis with two types of missing valuesTalkUniversity of Connecticut2005Storrs, CT
Multiple imputation for correcting verification bias in estimating sensitivity and specificityTalkJoint VA/Group Health Biostats Seminar2005Seattle, WA
Strategies for data analysis with two types of missing valuesTalkTechnion2005Haifa, Israel
Multiple imputation for correcting verification bias in estimating sensitivity and specificityTalk2005 International Conference on Health Policy Research2005Boston, MA
Multiple imputation for correcting verification bias in estimating sensitivity and specificityTalkWestern North American Region of the International Biometric Society2005Fairbanks, AK
Impact of time scale choice on rate of cognitive decline: A case study from the National Alzheimer’s Coordinating Center minimum data setPosterAlzheimer’s Association International Conference on Prevention of Dementia2005Washington, DC
Pathology of subjects clinically diagnosed with vascular dementia: data from the U.S. National Alzheimer’s Coordinating CenterTalk2nd Congress of The International Society for Vascular Behavioral and Cognitive Disorders2005Florence, Italy
Strategies for data analysis with two types of missing valuesTalkUniversity of Haifa2004Haifa, Israel
Multiple imputation for correcting verification biasTalk2004 Joint Statistical Meeting2004Toronto, Canada
Analysis of longitudinal data with death and drop outTalkSeventh North American New Researchers Conference2004Toronto, Canada
Multiple imputation for correcting verification biasTalkInternational Conference on: Statistics in health Sciences2004Nantes, France
Analysis of survey data by two-stage multiple imputationTalkFederal Committee on Statistical Methodology Conference2003Arlington, VA
Statistical methods for the analysis of incomplete datasetsTalkHealth Services Research Methodology Seminar, VA Puget Sound Health Care System2003Seattle, WA
Data analysis with two types of missing valuesTalkJoint Statistical Meeting2003San Francisco, CA
Analysis of longitudinal data with death and drop outTalkEastern North American Region of the International Biometric Society2003Tampa, FL
Two-stage multiple imputationTalkWestern North American Region of the International Biometric Society2003Los Angeles, CA
Analysis of longitudinal data with attrition and mortalityTalkGerontological Society of America Conference2003San Diego, CA
Two-stage multiple imputationTalkJoint Statistical Meeting2002New York, NYX
Two-stage multiple imputation for missing dataTalkSociety for Prevention Research2002Seattle, WA