The Centre was launched on 7 April 2011 with a talk by Professor Sir David Cox (University of Oxford) on ‘Some current and potential issues for medical statistics’.
- Joint modelling of pre-randomisation event counts and multiple post-randomisation survival times with cure rates: application to data for early epilepsy and single seizures
- Efficient estimation of the distribution of time to composite endpoint when some endpoints are only partially observed.
- Estimation of basic reproduction numbers: individual heterogeneity and robustness to perturbation of the contact function.
- Two-stage nonparametric bootstrap sampling with shrinkage correction for clustered data
- Power and predictive accuracy of polygenic risk scores.
- Robust inference using hierarchical likelihood approach for heavy-tailed longitudinal outcomes with missing data: An alternative to inverse probability weighted generalized estimating equations
- Can studies where subjects have different follow up times be analyzed through binomial regression?