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Erica E. M. Moodie
Associate Professor, Biostatistics
Biostatistics Program Director
Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics & Occupational Health
 McGill University


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BOOK
Stat Methods for DTRs Chakraborty B. and Moodie E. E. M. (2013)

Statistical Methods for Dynamic Treatment Regimes: Reinforcement Learning, Causal Inference, and Personalized Medicine.

Springer (Statistics for Biology and Health series).
ATS in Practice
Kosorok M. R. and Moodie E. E. M., eds. (2016)

Adaptive Treatment Strategies in Practice: Planning Trials and Analyzing
Data for Personalized Medicine

ASA-SIAM (Series on Statistics and Applied Probability).

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
Wallace M. P. and Moodie E. E. M. (2015) Doubly-robust dynamic treatment regimen estimation via weighted least squares. Biometrics 71:636–644

Saarela O., Stephens D. A., Moodie E. E. M., and Klein M. B. (2015) On Bayesian estimation of marginal structural models. (With Response to Discussion) Biometrics 71:279--288.

Moodie E. E. M., Stephens D. A. and Klein M. B. (2014) A marginal structural model for multiple-outcome data. Statistics in Medicine (in press)

Shortreed S.M. and Moodie E.E.M.
(2012) Estimating the optimal dynamic treatment regime for schizophrenia:
Evidence from the sequentially randomized CATIE Schizophrenia Study. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series C.

Moodie E.E.M. and Richardson T.S. (2010)  Estimating optimal dynamic regimes: Correcting bias under the null. The Scandinavian Journal of Statistics, 37: 126-146.

Moodie E. E. M.
(2009) A note on the variance of doubly-robust g-estimates. Biometrika, 96: 998-1004. 

Moodie E.E.M., Richardson T.S., and Stephens D.A. (2007) Demystifying optimal dynamic treatment regimes. Biometrics, 63(2): 447-455. 


R PACKAGES
RDTRreg: Dynamic treatment regime estimation & inference via G-estimation, dynamic WOLS, and Q-learning


SELECTED
EDITORIAL AND COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES
Associate Editor, Biometrics
Associate Editor, JASA - Theory & Methods
Associate Director (Quebec), Canadian Statistical Sciences Institute
Co-chair, STRATOS (STRengthening Analytical Thinking for Observational Studies), Causal Inference topic group


PAST PROJECTS

Causal Inference in Health Research Workshop, 9-13 May, 2011
     
Proceedings of the CRM Workshop: Special Issue of the International Journal of Biostatistics
Statistical Methods for HIV Research Workshop, 14-15 April, 2011
Causal Inference in Statistics and the Quantitative Sciences Workshop at the Banff International Research Station (BIRS), 3-8 May, 2009
     
Proceedings of the BIRS Workshop: Special Issue of the International Journal of Biostatistics

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