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- Bias and precision of measures of survival gain from right-censored data. Pharmaceutical Statistics 2015. 14:409-417 .
- Fractional polynomial adjustment for time-varying covariates in a self-controlled case series analysis. Statistics in Medicine 2014. 33:105-116 .
- Comparison of methods for imputing ordinal data using multivariate normal imputation: a case study of non-linear effects in a large cohort study. Statistics in Medicine 2012. 31:- .
- Bias and efficiency of multiple imputation compared with complete-case analysis for missing covariate values. Statistics in Medicine 2010. 29:2920-2931 .
- Confounder-adjusted estimates of the risk difference using propensity score-based weighting. Statistics in Medicine 2010. 29:- .
- The intra-cluster correlation coefficient in cluster randomized trials: a review of definitions. International Statistical Review 2009. 77:378-394 .
- Comparison of the risk difference, risk ratio and odds ratio scales for quantifying the unadjusted intervention effect in cluster randomized trials. Statistics in Medicine 2008. 27:5143-5155 .
- A simulation study of odds ratio estimation for binary outcomes from cluster randomized trials. Statistics in Medicine 2007. 26:3415-3428 .
- Using bivariate models to understand between- and within-cluster regression coefficients, with application to twin data. Biometrics 2006. 62:745-751 .
- Transitions in an imperfectly observed binary variable: Depressive symptomatology in adolescents. Statistics in Medicine 2003. 22:427-440 .
- Assessing the homogeneity of three odds ratios: A case study in small-sample inference. .
- General growth mixture modeling for randomized preventive interventions. Biostatistics (Oxford) 2002. 3:459-475 .
- A case study on the choice, interpretation and checking of multilevel models for longitudinal binary outcomes. Biostatistics (Oxford) 2001. 2:397-416 .
- Tutorial in Biostatistics. Meta-analysis: formulating, evaluating, combining, and reporting by S-L. T. Normand, Statistics in Medicine, 18, 321–359 (1999). Statistics in Medicine 2000. 19:753-759 .
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- Analysis of binary outcomes in longitudinal studies using weighted estimating equations and discrete-time survival methods: Prevalence and incidence of smoking in an adolescent cohort. Statistics in Medicine 1999. 18:2655-2679 .
- Sample-size calculation for a log-transformed outcome measure. Controlled Clinical Trials 1999. 20:547-554 .
- [Backcalculation of HIV Infection Rates]: Comment: Assessing Uncertainty in Backprojection. Statistical Science 1993. 8:104-106 .
- Bias, prevalence and kappa. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 1993. 46:423-429 .
- Comment on ``Backcalculation of HIV infection rates''. Statistical Science 1993. 8:104-106 .
- Meta-analysis for $2 × 2$ tables: A Bayesian approach. Statistics in Medicine 1992. 11:141-158 .
- Meta-analysis for 2 × 2 tables: A bayesian approach. Statistics in Medicine 1992. 11:141-158 .
- A method of non-parametric back-projection and its application to AIDS data. Statistics in Medicine 1991. 10:1527-1542 .
- Controlling error rates by using conditional expected power to select tumor sites. .