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- Proceedings of the American Statistical Association: Sesquicentennial invited paper sessions (1989)

- AIDS epidemiology: a quantitative approach (1994)

- Encyclopedia of epidemiologic methods (2000)

- Comparison of approaches for incorporating new information into existing risk prediction models. Statistics in Medicine 2017. 36:1134-1156 .
- Calibration and seasonal adjustment for matched case–control studies of vitamin D and cancer. Statistics in Medicine 2016. 35:2133-2148 .
- Editorial. Methodology and Computing in Applied Probability 2016. 18:935-936 .
- Power of the Cochran-Armitage trend test when exposure scores are based on empirical quantiles of exposure. Statistics and Its Interface 2012. 5:237-251 .
- Predicting the absolute risk of dying from colorectal cancer and from other causes using population-based cancer registry data. Statistics in Medicine 2012. 31:489-500 .
- Piecewise exponential survival times and analysis of case-cohort data. Statistics in Medicine 2012. 31:1361-1368 .
- Using multiple risk models with preventive interventions‡. Statistics in Medicine 2012. 31:2687-2696 .
- Comment on ‘Principles of research’ by Jerome Cornfield. Statistics in Medicine 2012. 31:- .
- Comparing strategies to estimate the association of obesity with mortality via a Markov model. Statistics and Its Interface 2011. 4:451-461 .
- Multiple imputation methods for inference on cumulative incidence with missing cause of failure. Biometrical Journal 2011. 53:- .
- Personalized estimates of breast cancer risk in clinical practice and public health†. Statistics in Medicine 2011. 30:1090-1104 .
- Impact of population substructure on trend tests for genetic case–control association studies. Biometrics 2010. 66:196-204 .
- Covariate adjustment and ranking methods to identify regions with high and low mortality rates. Biometrics 2010. 66:613-620 .
- Comments on ‘Choice of time scale and its effect on significance of predictors in longitudinal studies’ by Michael J. Pencina, Martin G. Larson and Ralph B. D'Agostino, Statistics in Medicine 2007; 26:1343–1359. Statistics in Medicine 2009. 28:1315-1317 .
- On Combining Data From Genome-Wide Association Studies to Discover Disease-Associated SNPs. Statistical Science 2009. 24:547-560 .
- Comment on ``Choice of time scale and its effect on significance of predictors in longitudinal studies'' (2007V26 p1343-1359). Statistics in Medicine 2009. 28:1315-1317 .
- Haplotype-Based Regression Analysis and Inference of Case–Control Studies with Unphased Genotypes and Measurement Errors in Environmental Exposures. Biometrics 2008. 64:673-684 .
- Estimation and interpretation of models of absolute risk from epidemiologic data, including family-based studies. Lifetime Data Analysis 2008. 14:18-36 .
- Breast Cancer Relative Hazard Estimates From Case–Control and Cohort Designs With Missing Data on Mammographic Density. Journal of the American Statistical Association 2008. 103:976-988 .
- Estimation of attributable number of deaths and standard errors from simple and complex sampled cohorts†. Statistics in Medicine 2007. 26:2639-2649 .
- Norman Breslow, an architect of modern biostatistics. Lifetime Data Analysis 2007. 13:435-438 .
- Response to rockhill's letter to the editor. Biostatistics (Oxford) 2005. 6:503-504 .
- On criteria for evaluating models of absolute risk. Biostatistics (Oxford) 2005. 6:227-239 .
- Some of Sam Greenhouse's contributions to statistical methods. Statistics in Medicine 2003. 22:3301-3308 .
- Some of Sam Greenhouse's contributions to statistical methods†. Statistics in Medicine 2003. 22:- .
- Estimating the variance of disease-prevalence estimates from population-based registries. Biometrics 2002. 58:684-688 .
- Cancer in Korean war Navy technicians: Mortality survey after 40 years. American Journal of Epidemiology 2002. 155:810-818 .
- Comment on ``Two approaches for estimating disease prevalence from population-based registries of incidence and total mortality'' (1999V55 p1137-1144). Biometrics 2002. 58:684-688 .
- Effects of violations of assumptions on likelihood methods for estimating the penetrance of an autosomal dominant mutation from kin-cohort studies. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 2001. 96:167-177 .
- Inference for covariates that accounts for ascertainment and random genetic effects in family studies. Biometrika 2001. 88:933-948 .
- Analysis of a two-stage case?Control study with cluster sampling of controls: Application to nonmelanoma skin cancer. Biometrics 2000. 56:190-198 .
- On meta-analytic assessment of surrogate outcomes. Biostatistics (Oxford) 2000. 1:231-246 .
- On meta-analytic assessment of surrogate outcomes. Biostatistics (Oxford) 2000. 1:231-246 .
- Analysis of a two-stage case-control study with cluster sampling of controls: Application to nonmelanoma skin cancer. Biometrics 2000. 56:190-198 .
- Analysis of a Two-Stage Case–Control Study with Cluster Sampling of Controls: Application to Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer. Biometrics 2000. 56:190-198 .
- Using a mixed effects model to estimate geographic variation in cancer rates. Biometrics 1999. 55:774-781 .
- An efficient design for verifying disease outcome status in large cohorts with rare exposures and low disease rates†. Statistics in Medicine 1999. 18:3021-3036 .
- Some of Nathan Mantel's contributions to epidemiology†. Statistics in Medicine 1999. 18:- .
- Nicked-square distribution. .
- Two approaches for estimating disease prevalence from population-based registries of incidence and total mortality. Biometrics 1999. 55:1137-1144 .
- Empirical bivariate quantile-partitioned distribution. .
- Some of Nathan Mantel's contributions to epidemiology. Statistics in Medicine 1999. 18:3389-3400 .
- An efficient design for verifying disease outcome status in large cohorts with rare exposures and low disease rates. Statistics in Medicine 1999. 18:3021-3036 .
- Using a mixed effects model to estimate geographic variation in cancer rates. Biometrics 1999. 55:774-781 .
- Two approaches for estimating disease prevalence from population-based registries of incidence and total mortality. Biometrics 1999. 55:1137-1144 .
- On measures of agreement calculated from contingency tables with categories defined by the empirical quantiles of the marginal distributions. American Journal of Epidemiology 1997. 146:520-526 .
- A conversation with Nathan Mantel. Statistical Science 1997. 12:88-97 .
- Conversations with NIH statisticians: interviews with the pioneers of biostatistics at the United states national institute of health. Statistical Science 1997. 12:77-81 .
- Introduction to Cornfield (1951) ``A method of estimating comparative rates from clinical data. Applications to cancer of the lung, breast, and cervix'' (Pkg: p109-122). .
- Analyzing bivariate continuous data grouped into categories defined by empirical quantiles of marginal distributions. Biometrics 1997. 53:1054-1069 .
- Parametric methods for bivariate quantile-partitioned tables and the efficiency of corresponding nonparametric methods. Biometrical Journal 1997. 39:919-934 .
- Conversations with NIH statisticians: interviews with the pioneers of biostatistics at the United States National Institute of Health. Statistical Science 1997. 12:77-81 .
- The efficiency of the matched-pairs design of the Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation (COMMIT). Controlled Clinical Trials 1997. 18:131-139 .
- A reminder of the fallibility of the Wald statistic. The American Statistician 1996. 50:226-227 .
- Use of observational data, including surveillance studies, for evaluating AIDS therapies. Statistics in Medicine 1996. 15:2273-2288 .
- On design considerations and randomization-based inference for community intervention trials. Statistics in Medicine 1996. 15:1069-1092 .
- Dave Byar's contribution to epidemiology. Controlled Clinical Trials 1995. 16:230-248 .
- Interplay between design and analysis for behavioral intervention trials with community as the unit of randomization. American Journal of Epidemiology 1995. 142:587-593 .
- Determining the value of additional surrogate exposure data for improving the estimate of an odds ratio. Statistics in Medicine 1995. 14:2581-2598 .
- Methods of inference for estimates of absolute risk derived from population-based case-control studies. Biometrics 1995. 51:182-194 .
- A comparison of likelihood-based and marginal estimating equation methods for analysing repeated ordered categorical responses with missing data: Application to an intervention trial of vitamin prophylaxis for oesophageal dysplasia. Statistics in Medicine 1994. 13:479-493 .
- The partial questionnaire design for case-control studies (Disc: p647-649). Statistics in Medicine 1994. 13:623-634 .
- A nonparametric analysis of the transmission rate of human immunodeficiency virus from mother to infant. Biometrics 1994. 50:1015-1028 .
- The partial questionnaire design for case-control studies. Statistics in Medicine 1994. 13:623-634 .
- Validation studies on a model for breast cancer risk (Corr: V86 p803). Journal of the National Cancer Institute 1994. 86:573-575 .
- A comparison of likelihood-based and marginal estimating equation methods for analysing repeated ordered categorical responses with missing data (Disc: p495-498). Statistics in Medicine 1994. 13:479-493 .
- [Backcalculation of HIV Infection Rates]: Comment. Statistical Science 1993. 8:107-109 .
- Comment on ``Backcalculation of HIV infection rates''. Statistical Science 1993. 8:107-109 .
- Aspects of statistical design for the Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation (COMMIT). Controlled Clinical Trials 1992. 13:6-21 .
- Backcalculation of flexible linear models of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus infection curve. Applied Statistics 1991. 40:269-282 .
- A bibliography and comments on the use of statistical models in epidemiology in the 1980s. Statistics in Medicine 1991. 10:1819-1885 .
- A statistical history of the AIDS epidemic. CHANCE 1990. 3:9-14 .
- Reply to comments on ``A delta method for implicitly defined random variables'' (89V43 p41-44). The American Statistician 1990. 44:58-58 .
- Variance calculations and confidence intervals for estimates of the attributable risk based on logistic models. Biometrics 1990. 46:991-1003 .
- Estimates of absolute cause-specific risk in cohort studies. Biometrics 1990. 46:813-826 .
- On power and sample size for studying features of the relative odds of disease. American Journal of Epidemiology 1990. 131:552-566 .
- A delta method for implicitly defined random variables (C/R: 90V44 p58). The American Statistician 1989. 43:41-44 .
- Statistical methods in cancer research. Volume II. The design and analysis of cohort studies. N. E. Breslow and N. E. Day, Oxford University Press for International Agency for Research on Cancer, 1987. No of pages: xii + 406. Price: £30. Statistics in Medicine 1989. 8:769-770 .
- Effects of cluster sampling on epidemiologic analysis in population-based case-control studies (Corr: V47 p779-780). Biometrics 1989. 45:1053-1071 .
- Alternate variance and efficiency calculations for the case-cohort design. Biometrika 1989. 76:117-123 .
- Disease prevention models of voluntary confidential screening for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Statistics in Medicine 1989. 8:59-81 .
- A family of nonparametric statistics for comparing diagnostic markers with paired or unpaired data. Biometrika 1989. 76:585-592 .
- Introduction. Errors-in-variables workshop. Statistics in Medicine 1989. 8:1027-1029 .
- The effect of pooling across strata in perfectly balanced studies. Biometrics 1988. 44:151-162 .
- A method for obtaining short-term projections and lower bounds on the size of the AIDS epidemic. Journal of the American Statistical Association 1988. 83:301-308 .
- Sample size and power for case-control studies when exposures are continuous. Statistics in Medicine 1988. 7:363-376 .
- Methods for projecting course of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome epidemic. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 1988. 80:900-911 .
- Biases in prevalent cohorts. Biometrics 1987. 43:739-749 .
- Adjusting for covariates that have the same distribution in exposed and unexposed cohorts. .
- More on ``Biased selection of controls for case-control analyses of cohort studies''. Biometrics 1986. 42:293-299 .
- Minimum size of the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) epidemic in the United States. The Lancet (British Edition) 1986. 2:1320-1322 .
- Use of logrank tests and group sequential methods at fixed calendar times. Biometrics 1985. 41:1039-1044 .
- Applicability of sample size calculations based on a comparison of proportions for use with the logrank test. Controlled Clinical Trials 1985. 6:112-119 .
- Biased selection of controls for case-control analyses of cohort studies. Biometrics 1984. 40:63-75 .
- Comments on ``A reanalysis of the Stanford heart transplant data''. Journal of the American Statistical Association 1983. 78:275-277 .
- Monitoring rules for stopping accrual in comparative survival studies. Controlled Clinical Trials 1982. 3:325-343 .
- Monitoring and stopping clinical trials. .
- Simulation studies on increments of the two-sample logrank score test for survival time data, with application to group sequential boundaries. Institute of Mathematical Statistics Lecture Notes - Monograph Series 1982. 1982:287-301 .
- Interpretation and presentation of statistical results. .
- Likelihood calculations for matched case-control studies and survival studies with tied death times. Biometrika 1981. 68:703-707 .
- Evaluating serial cancer marker studies in patients at risk of recurrent disease (Corr: V42 p229). Biometrics 1981. 37:67-78 .
- Planning the duration of a comparative clinical trial with loss to follow-up and a period of continued observation. Journal of Chronic Diseases 1981. 34:469-479 .
- Comparison of four tests for equality of survival curves in the presence of stratification and censoring. Biometrika 1979. 66:419-428 .
- A scale-free goodness-of-fit test for the exponential distribution based on the Lorenz curve. Journal of the American Statistical Association 1978. 73:787-793 .
- A generalization of the one-sided two-sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov statistic for evaluating diagnostic tests. Biometrics 1976. 32:561-570 .
- Critical values for the one-sided two-sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov statistic. Journal of the American Statistical Association 1976. 71:757-760 .