James McGill Professor
Department of Epidemiology and
Division of Clinical
687 Pine Avenue West, V-Pavilion, Room V2.20A
Tel.: 514-934-1934 ext. 44712
Theoretical research on the development of new statistical methodology and collaborative research, in which these new methods are applied in epidemiologic and clinical studies. Main focus on flexible modelling of survival data, including changes in relative risks over time, detecting thresholds and lags in the effects of risk factors and interventions with extensions to relative survival and Markov multi-state modeling. Methods for assessing and controlling for biases in observational studies. Epidemiology of cardiovascular disease, cancer, arthritis, as well as with cohort studies of drug utilization patterns and their effects.
Modeling of Survival and Other Multivariable Data
Special Topics in Epidemiology and Biostatistics (Winter 2008)