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October 7, 2023

Risk stratification by contextual vulnerability for drug overdose deaths in King County, Washington: New implications for prevention

M. Liu, D. Feaster, V. Horrigian, I. Moise, O. Amram, M. Vonaschen-Cook, L. Atherley, D. Willits, S. McPherson, and J.S. Rao
October 18, 2023

An information theoretic approach to prevalence estimation and missing data

O. Hossjer, D.A. Pachon-Diaz, C. Zhao and J.S. Rao
IEEE Transactions On Information Theory (to appear)
November 12, 2022

A formal framework for knowledge acquisition: Going beyond machine learning

O. Hossjer, D.A. Diaz-Pachon and J.S. Rao
May, 2024

Performance of linear mixed models in estimating structural rates of glaucoma progression using varied random effect distributions

S.S. Swaminathan, S.I. Berchuck, J.S. Rao, F.A. Medeiros
Ophthalmology Science 
May 8, 2023

Improved prediction of perimetric loss in glaucomatous eyes using latent class mixed modeling

S.S. Swaminathan, A.A. Jammal, J.S. Rao and F.A. Mederios
Ophthalmology Glaucoma (to appear)
May 18, 2023

Classified Mixed Model Projections

J.S. Rao, M. Li and J. Jiang
Journal of the American Statistical Association (to appear)
May 18, 2022

Racism in the residuals: disentangling the health effects of race and genetic ancestry in an American hospital population

K. Actkins, S. Stallings, J.S. Rao, M. Aldrich, S. Bland, P. Straub, A. Beeghly-Fadiel, J. Chavez, J.L. McCauley, S.T. Miller-Hughes, J. Benn-Torres, N.J. Cox, C. Wilkins and L.K. Davis
March 13, 2023

Geo-spatial risk factor analysis for drug overdose death in South Florida from 2014-2019, and the independent contribution of social determinants of health

M. Liu, J. Caplan, L. Kennedy, I. Moise, D. Feaster, V. Horigian, J. Roll, S. McPherson and J.S. Rao
Drug and Alcohol Dependence (to appear)
June 13, 2023

A classified mixed effects model reveals that mutated genes CTNNB1, DMD, XIRP2 and PIK3CA are associated with DNA methylation levels in cervical cancer

J. Ramos and J. S. Rao
June 1, 2021

Rates of glaucoma progression derived from linear mixed models using varied random effect distributions

S.S. Swaminathan, S.I. Berchuck, A. Jammal, J.S. Rao and F.A. Mederios
J. Sunil Rao, Ph.D.

Professor, Division of Biostatistics
School of Public Health
Director of Biostatistics, Masonic Cancer Center
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

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