Marie Davidian

North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 
"Marie Davidian"


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Alan H. Hartford grad student 2000 NCSU
JunLiang Chen grad student 2001 NCSU
Jared K. Lunceford grad student 2001 NCSU
Erning Li grad student 2004 NCSU
Jiang Lin grad student 2004 NCSU
Mandy L. Bergquist grad student 2006 NCSU
Kirsten A. Doehler grad student 2006 NCSU
Lihua Tang grad student 2008 NCSU
Chia-Cheng Chen grad student 2009 NCSU
Laine E. Elliott grad student 2009 NCSU
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Zhang Y, Laber EB, Davidian M, et al. (2018) Interpretable Dynamic Treatment Regimes. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 113: 1541-1549
Hager R, Tsiatis AA, Davidian M. (2018) Optimal two-stage dynamic treatment regimes from a classification perspective with censored survival data. Biometrics
Jiang R, Lu W, Song R, et al. (2017) On Estimation of Optimal Treatment Regimes For Maximizing t-Year Survival Probability. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series B, Statistical Methodology. 79: 1165-1185
Laber EB, Davidian M. (2017) Dynamic treatment regimes, past, present, and future: A conversation with experts. Statistical Methods in Medical Research. 962280217708661
Kelleher SA, Dorfman CS, Plumb Vilardaga JC, et al. (2017) Optimizing delivery of a behavioral pain intervention in cancer patients using a sequential multiple assignment randomized trial SMART. Contemporary Clinical Trials
Vock DM, Durheim MT, Tsuang WM, et al. (2016) The Survival Benefit of Lung Transplantation in the Modern Era of Lung Allocation. Annals of the American Thoracic Society
Milanzi E, Molenberghs G, Alonso A, et al. (2016) Properties of Estimators in Exponential Family Settings with Observation-based Stopping Rules. Journal of Biometrics & Biostatistics. 7
Laber EB, Zhao YQ, Regh T, et al. (2015) Using pilot data to size a two-arm randomized trial to find a nearly optimal personalized treatment strategy. Statistics in Medicine
Milanzi E, Molenberghs G, Alonso A, et al. (2015) Estimation After a Group Sequential Trial. Statistics in Biosciences. 7: 187-205
Zhang Y, Laber EB, Tsiatis A, et al. (2015) Using decision lists to construct interpretable and parsimonious treatment regimes. Biometrics
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