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- Using the time-to-event continual reassessment method in the presence of partial orders. Statistics in Medicine 2013. 32:131-141 .
- Penalized likelihood estimation for semiparametric mixed models, with application to alcohol treatment research†. Statistics in Medicine 2013. 32:335-346 .
- Interplay of priors and skeletons in two-stage continual reassessment method. Statistics in Medicine 2012. 31:- .
- Discussion by O'Quigley and Flandre. Biometrics 2012. 68:242-244 .
- Continual Reassessment Method for Partial Ordering. Biometrics 2011. 67:1555-1563 .
- Continual reassessment and related designs in dose-finding studies. Statistics in Medicine 2011. 30:- .
- Extended model-based designs for more complex dose-finding studies. Statistics in Medicine 2011. 30:- .
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- Analysis of Longitudinal Data in the Presence of Informative Observational Times and a Dependent Terminal Event, with Application to Medical Cost Data. Biometrics 2008. 64:950-958 .
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- Joint analysis of multi-level repeated measures data and survival: An application to the end stage renal disease (ESRD) data. Statistics in Medicine 2008. 27:5679-5691 .
- Dose-escalation designs in oncology: ADEPT and the CRM. Statistics in Medicine 2008. 27:5345-5353 .
- Predictive strength of Jonckheere's test for trend: An application to genotypic scores in HIV infection. Statistics in Medicine 2007. 26:4441-4454 .
- Statistical Methods for Dose-Finding Experiments edited by S. CHEVRET. Biometrics 2007. 63:1301-1302 .
- Optimal designs for estimating the most successful dose. Statistics in Medicine 2006. 25:4311-4320 .
- Quantification of the Prentice criteria for surrogate endpoints. Biometrics 2006. 62:297-300 .
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- Retrospective analysis of sequential dose-finding designs. Biometrics 2005. 61:749-756 .
- Explained randomness in proportional hazards models. Statistics in Medicine 2005. 24:479-489 .
- Explained randomness in proportional hazards models. Statistics in Medicine 2005. 24:479-489 .
- Erosion of regression effect in a survival study. Biometrics 2004. 60:344-351 .
- Fit and frailties in proportional hazards regression. Biometrical Journal 2004. 46:157-164 .
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- Khmaladzetype graphical evaluation of the proportional hazards assumption. Biometrika 2003. 90:577-584 .
- Interval estimates of the probability of toxicity at the maximum tolerated dose for small samples. Statistics in Medicine 2003. 22:1829-1836 .
- Continual reassessment method for ordered groups. Biometrics 2003. 59:430-440 .
- Curve-free and model-based continual reassessment method designs. Biometrics 2002. 58:245-249 .
- Comment on ``A curve-free method for phase I clinical trials'' (2000V56 p609-615). Biometrics 2002. 58:245-249 .
- Proportional hazards models with frailties and random effects. Statistics in Medicine 2002. 21:3219-3233 .
- Continual reassessment designs with early termination. Biostatistics (Oxford) 2002. 3:87-99 .
- Predictive capability of stratified proportional hazards models. Journal of Applied Statistics 2002. 29:1153-1163 .
- Dose-finding designs for HIV studies. Biometrics 2001. 57:1018-1029 .
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- Using a one-parameter model to sequentially estimate the root of a regression function. Computational Statistics & Data Analysis 2000. 34:357-369 .
- Estimating average regression effect under non-proportional hazards. Biostatistics (Oxford) 2000. 1:423-439 .
- Another look at two phase I clinical trial designs (Disc: p2691-2692). Statistics in Medicine 1999. 18:2683-2690 .
- An application of changepoint methods in studying the effect of age on survival in breast cancer. Computational Statistics & Data Analysis 1999. 30:253-270 .
- Interphase clinical trials: Phase III/Phase IV. Biometrical Journal 1999. 41:773-782 .
- Another look at two phase I clinical trial designs. Statistics in Medicine 1999. 18:2683-2690 .
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- Continual reassessment method: A likelihood approach. Biometrics 1996. 52:673-684 .
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- Integral evaluation for continual reassessment method. Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine 1994. 42:271-273 .
- Symmetric intervals and confidence intervals. Biometrical Journal 1994. 36:927-934 .
- On a two-sided test for crossing hazards. The Statistician: Journal of the Institute of Statisticians 1994. 43:563-569 .
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- Continual reassessment method: A practical design for Phase 1 clinical trials in cancer. Biometrics 1990. 46:33-48 .
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