|Present||Professor, Wright State University ‐ Mathematics and Statistics|
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Stratified Psychiatry via Convexity-Based Clustering with Applications towards Moderator Analysis
Statistics and Its Interface (2016)
Understanding heterogeneity in phenotypical characteristics, symptoms manifestations and response to treatment of subjects with psychiatric illnesses is a continuing challenge ...
Oviposition Preferences of Agrilus planipennis (Coleoptera: Buprestidae) for Different Ash ...
Annals of the Entomological Society of America (2014)
The “mother knows best” hypothesis states that adults should choose hosts for oviposition on which their offspring will best perform, ...
Massively Parallel Nonparametric Regression, with an Application to Developmental Brain ...
Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics (2014)
We propose a penalized spline approach to performing large numbers of parallel nonparametric analyses of either of two types: restricted ...
Interpreting Meta-Regression: Application to Recent Controversies in Antidepressants' Efficacy
Mathematics and Statistics Faculty Publications (2013)
A recent meta-regression of antidepressant efficacy on baseline depression severity has caused considerable controversy in the popular media. A central ...
Principal Point Classification: Applications to Differentiating Drug and Placebo Responses ...
Journal of Statistical Planning And Inference (2010)
Principal points are cluster means for theoretical distributions. A discriminant methodology based on principal points is introduced. The principal point ...
Profiling Placebo Responders by Self-Consistent Partitioning of Functional Data
Journal of the American Statistical Association (2003)
Identification of placebo responders among subjects treated with active drug has significant clinical and research implications. In clinical practice, when ...