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- Statistical Methodology in the Pharmaceutical Sciences (1990)

- Bandit problems: sequential allocation of experiments (1985)

- Statistical methodology in the pharmaceutical sciences (1990)

- Statistics: theory and methods (1990)

- Bayesian Biostatistics (1996)

- Bayesian biostatistics (1996)

- Statistics: a Bayesian perspective (1996)

- Statistics: theory and methods (1996)

- Bayesian analysis in statistics and econometrics: essays in honor of Arnold Zellner (1996)

- Statistical models in epidemiology, the environment and clinical trials (2000)

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- Optimal adaptive randomized designs for clinical trials. .
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- Inferences about testosterone abuse among athletes. CHANCE 2004. 17:5-8 .
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- Reply to comments on ``Adaptive Bayesian designs for dose-ranging drug trials'' (Pkg: p99-181). .
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- Seamlessly expanding a randomized phase II trial to phase III. Biometrics 2002. 58:823-831 .
- Genetic susceptibility and survival: Application to breast cancer. Journal of the American Statistical Association 2000. 95:28-42 .
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- Bayesian perspectives on multiple comparisons. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 1999. 82:215-227 .
- Bayesian statistics in medicine: Where are we and where should we be going?. Sankhyā, Series B 1998. 60:176-195 .
- Bayesian multiple comparisons using Dirichlet process priors. Journal of the American Statistical Association 1998. 93:1130-1139 .
- Bandit problems with infinitely many arms. The Annals of Statistics 1997. 25:2103-2116 .
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- Bayesian methods in health-related research. .
- A Bayesian group sequential design for a multiple arm randomized clinical trial. Statistics in Medicine 1995. 14:381-394 .
- Adaptive assignment versus balanced randomization in clinical trials: A decision analysis. Statistics in Medicine 1995. 14:231-246 .
- Applications of Lindley information measure to the design of clinical experiments. .
- Stopping a clinical trial early: Frequentist and Bayesian approaches applied to a CALGB trial in non-small-cell lung cancer. Statistics in Medicine 1994. 13:1313-1327 .
- Group sequential clinical trials: A classical evaluation of Bayesian decision-theoretic designs. Journal of the American Statistical Association 1994. 89:1528-1534 .
- Using historical controls in clinical trials: Application to ECMO. .
- [DNA Fingerprinting: A Review of the Controversy]: Comment. Statistical Science 1994. 9:252-255 .
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- Decision making during a phase III randomized controlled trial. Controlled Clinical Trials 1994. 15:360-378 .
- Bayesian group sequential clinical trial designs based on a quadratic loss function.. .
- DNA, statistics, and the Simpson case. CHANCE 1994. 7:9-12 .
- A case for Bayesianism in clinical trials (Disc: p1395-1404). Statistics in Medicine 1993. 12:1377-1393 .
- A case for bayesianism in clinical trials. Statistics in Medicine 1993. 12:1377-1393 .
- Bayesian methods in the monitoring of survival in congestive heart failure. .
- Worth of perfect information in Bernoulli bandits. Advances in Applied Probability 1991. 23:1-23 .
- Inferences Using DNA Profiling in Forensic Identification and Paternity Cases. Statistical Science 1991. 6:175-189 .
- [Inferences Using DNA Profiling in Forensic Identification and Paternity Cases]: Rejoinder. Statistical Science 1991. 6:202-205 .
- Experimental design for drug development: A Bayesian approach. Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics 1991. 1:81-101 .
- Reply to comments on ``Inferences using DNA profiling in forensic identification and paternity cases''. Statistical Science 1991. 6:202-205 .
- Inferences using DNA profiling in forensic identification and paternity cases (Disc: p190-205). Statistical Science 1991. 6:175-189 .
- A Bayesian approach to multicenter trials and meta-analysis. .
- Subgroup analyses. Biometrics 1990. 46:1227-1230 .
- DNA fingerprinting: What does it prove?. CHANCE 1990. 3:15-25 .
- Basic principles in designing and analyzing clinical studies. .
- Comments on ``The fate worse than death and other curiosities and stupidities'' (89V43 p133-134) [Letter]. The American Statistician 1990. 44:187-187 .
- Inferential aspects of adaptive allocation rules. .
- Monitoring accumulating data in a clinical trial. Biometrics 1989. 45:1197-1211 .
- Challenge of the future of statisticians in the pharmaceutical field: Academic perspective. .
- Comments on ``Investigating therapies of potentially great benefit: ECMO''. Statistical Science 1989. 4:306-310 .
- [Investigating Therapies of Potentially Great Benefit: ECMO]: Comment: Ethics and ECMO. Statistical Science 1989. 4:306-310 .
- Inferences concerning adverse experiences in pharmaceutical trials. .
- The relevance of stopping rules in statistical inference (C/R: p49-72). .
- Multiple comparisons, multiple tests, and data dredging: A Bayesian perspective. .
- One-sided sequential stopping boundaries for clinical trials: A decision-theoretic approach. Biometrics 1988. 44:219-227 .
- Statistical analysis and the illusion of objectivity. American Scientist 1988. 76:159-165 .
- Reply to comments on ``Interim analysis in clinical trials'' (87V41 p117-122). The American Statistician 1988. 42:89-89 .
- Optimality of myopic stopping times for geometric discounting. Journal of Applied Probability 1988. 25:437-443 .
- Reply to comments on ``The relevance of stopping rules in statistical inference''. .
- Interim analysis in clinical trials: The role of the likelihood principle (C/R: 88V42 p88-89). The American Statistician 1987. 41:117-122 .
- Statistical inference, designing clinical trials, and pharmaceutical company decisions. The Statistician: Journal of the Institute of Statisticians 1987. 36:181-189 .
- Logarithmic transformations in ANOVA. Biometrics 1987. 43:439-456 .
- Discrete search with directional information. Operations Research (INFORMS) 1986. 34:470-477 .
- Inference in cases of disputed paternity. .
- The probability of a field goal: Rating kickers (Corr: 85V39 p327). The American Statistician 1985. 39:152-155 .
- Bayesian nonparametric bandits. The Annals of Statistics 1985. 13:1523-1534 .
- Optimal designs for clinical trials with dichotomous responses. Statistics in Medicine 1985. 4:497-508 .
- One- and two-armed bandit problems. .
- Interim analyses in clinical trials: Classical vs. Bayesian approaches. Statistics in Medicine 1985. 4:521-526 .
- Statistics of disputed paternity cases. .
- Regression analysis applied to PVC histories: A statistical procedure for evaluating antiarrhythmic drug efficacy. Statistics in Medicine 1983. 2:331-343 .
- Maximizing the length of a success run for many-armed bandits. Stochastic Processes and their Applications 1983. 15:317-325 .
- Bandit problems with random discounting. .
- Optimal stopping regions with islands and peninsulas. The Annals of Statistics 1982. 10:634-636 .
- Bernoulli two-armed bandits with geometric termination. Stochastic Processes and their Applications 1981. 11:35-45 .
- Two-armed bandits with a goal, I. One arm known. Advances in Applied Probability 1980. 12:775-798 .
- Two-armed bandits with a goal, II. Dependent arms. Advances in Applied Probability 1980. 12:958-971 .
- Detecting trends in arrangements of ordered objects: A likelihood approach. Scandinavian Journal of Statistics 1979. 6:169-174 .
- Bernoulli one-armed bandits -- Arbitrary discount sequences. The Annals of Statistics 1979. 7:1086-1105 .
- Empirical Bayes estimation of a binomial parameter via mixtures of Dirichlet processes. The Annals of Statistics 1979. 7:558-568 .
- Bernoulli One-Armed Bandits--Arbitrary Discount Sequences. The Annals of Statistics 1979. 7:1086-1105 .
- Probabilities of winning a certain carnival game. The American Statistician 1978. 32:126-129 .
- Modified two-armed bandit strategies for certain clinical trials. Journal of the American Statistical Association 1978. 73:339-345 .
- A note on inverse sampling procedures for selecting the best binomial population. The Annals of Statistics 1977. 5:235-236 .
- Dedication to Leonard Jimmie Savage. .
- A class of optimal stopping problems for sampling without replacement. Biometrika 1974. 61:361-368 .
- Optimal sampling schemes for estimating system reliability by testing components. I: Fixed sample sizes. Journal of the American Statistical Association 1974. 69:485-491 .
- Red-and-black with unknown win probability. The Annals of Statistics 1974. 2:602-608 .
- An improved procedure for selecting the better of two Bernoulli populations. Journal of the American Statistical Association 1973. 68:979-984 .
- A Bernoulli two-armed bandit. The Annals of Mathematical Statistics 1972. 43:871-897 .