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Charles B. Hall, Ph.D. CURRICULUM VITAE
CURRICULUM VITAE
Charles B. Hall, Ph.D.
Department of Epidemiology and Population Health, Division of Biostatistics
Department of Neurology
Mazer 220A
1300 Morris Park Avenue
Bronx, NY 10461
EDUCATION
1979
A.B. cum laude in Applied Mathematics
Harvard University
Cambridge, MA
1990
M.S. (honors) in Applied Mathematics
The Johns Hopkins University
G. W. C. Whiting School of Engineering
Baltimore, MD
1996
Ph.D. in Biostatistics
The Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health
Baltimore, MD
Dissertation title: Diagnostics for Dependent Data Regression Models.
Advisor: Dr. Scott L. Zeger.
PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT
1979-1981
Analyst, Energy and Environmental Analysis, Inc., Arlington, VA.
1981-1982
Technical Consultant, American Management Systems, Arlington, VA.
1982-1983
Analyst, ICF Incorporated, Washington, DC.
1983-1986
Systems Engineer and Member of Technical Staff, The Mitre Corporation,
McLean, VA.
1984-1988
Lecturer in Computer Information Systems, Northern Virginia Community
College, Alexandria, VA (part-time).
1986-1990
Applications Programmer/Analyst, Center for Naval Analyses, Alexandria, VA.
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1990-1995
Statistician, Department of Epidemiology, The Johns Hopkins University School
of Hygiene and Public Health, and Division of Cognitive Neurology, Department
of Neurology, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD.
1991-1995
Teaching Assistant, Department of Biostatistics, The Johns Hopkins University
School of Hygiene and Public Health, Baltimore, MD.
1995-1998
Assistant Professor, Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut, Storrs,
CT.
1998-2001
Assistant Professor, Department of Community Medicine and Health Care, with
joint appointment in Department of Neurology, University of Connecticut Health
Center, Farmington, CT, and Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of
Statistics, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.
2001-2003
Assistant Professor, Department of Epidemiology and Social Medicine, Albert
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, Bronx, NY, with secondary
appointment in Department of Neurology.
2003-2009
Associate Professor, Department of Epidemiology and Social Medicine, Albert
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, Bronx, NY, with secondary
appointment in Department of Neurology.
Eff. 7/2009
Professor, Department of Epidemiology and Social Medicine, Albert Einstein
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, Bronx, NY, with secondary
appointment in Department of Neurology.
PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS
American Statistical Association
International Biometrics Society
American Academy of Neurology
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AWARDS AND HONORS
1995
Student Travel Award, Eastern North American Region of the International
Biometric Society, Spring Meeting.
1995
Award for one of top three papers, Student Travel Awards Program of the Eastern
North American Region of the International Biometric Society, Spring Meeting.
1996
Life Member, Delta Omega Public Health Honor Society, Alpha Chapter.
2000
The Harold G. Wolff Lecture Award, for the best paper on headache, head or face
pain or the nature of pain itself. American Headache Society, 2000.
2005
Elected to the Leo M. Davidoff Society of the Albert Einstein College of
Medicine of Yeshiva University for Outstanding Achievement in the Teaching of
Medical Students.
OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
1996-2001
Member of External Advisory Committee and Consultant to Einstein Aging
Study, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY, for methods for data
analyses for the Einstein Aging Study and other studies.
1998
Served as member of expert panel for Bayer Consumer Care, Morris Township,
NJ.
1998-2001
Consultant to Qualidigm, Middletown, CT, for statistical methods in health
services research.
2001
Consultant to Brookside Research and Development, Salem, NY, for statistical
methods in intervention study.
2001-2004
Consultant to University of Connecticut Health Center for “Easy Breathing II”
pediatric asthma disease management intervention for primary care providers,
funded by Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. PI: Michelle M. Cloutier,
MD.
2002-present Consultant to University of Connecticut Health Center for “The Provider and
Organization in Asthma Guidelines”, a clinical trial of interventions to improve
clinician performance in their management of pediatric asthma funded by National
Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (grant 5R01HL070785-05, PI: Michelle M.
Cloutier, MD).
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2005-present Consultant to University of Connecticut Health Center for “Brain Changes
Underlying Impaired Mobility”, a prospective study to examine the association of
changes in white matter signal abnormalities on structural magnetic resonance
imaging with changes in mobility, cognition, blood pressure, and other health
outcomes, funded by National Institute of Aging (grant 5R01AG022092-05, PI:
Leslie Wolfson, MD).
2007
Member National Cancer Institute Special Emphasis Panels for review of Clinical
Studies Program Project Applications, February 2007, June 2007.
2007
Member Epidemiology Peer Review Panel for the 2007 Breast Cancer Research
Program (BCRP), Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs
(CDMRP), U.S. Army, Department of Defense, August 2007.
2007-present Chair of Data Safety Monitoring Committee, “Arg/Arg/ Genotype and Long
Acting Beta Agonists in Asthma”, IRB #AAAC1135, Columbia University
College of Physicians and Surgeons.
2008
Member National Institute of Aging Special Emphasis Panels for review of
Program Project Applications, July 2008, August 2008.
2008-2009
Editorial Board Member, The Open Neurology Journal
2008-present Member American Statistical Association Media Experts List, a list of of
statistical experts who are willing to speak to members of the print and broadcast
media in response to requests for interviews.
Referee for Medical Decision Making, Addiction, Cephalalgia, Environmetrics, Journal of
Statistical Planning and Inference, Biostatistics, Biometrics, Lifetime Data Analysis, Neurology,
Cephalagia, Statistics in Medicine, ACTA Neurological Scandinavica, Mathematics and
Computers in Simulation, Archives of General Psychiatry, Journal of the American Medical
Association, American Journal of Hypertension.
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INSTITUTIONAL SERVICE
Member, Albert Einstein Cancer Center Protocol Review Committee, 2001-2004.
Member, Albert Einstein Cancer Center Data and Safety Monitoring Committee, 2004-present.
Member, Albert Einstein College of Medicine Associate Professor Appointments and
Promotions Committee, 2006.
Co-chair, Albert Einstein College of Medicine Associate Professor Appointments and
Promotions Committee, 2007.
Chair, Albert Einstein College of Medicine Associate Professor Appointments and Promotions
Committee, 2008.
CURRENT GRANT SUPPORT
Statistical Core, The Einstein Aging Study PI: Charles B. Hall (PD: Richard B. Lipton).
National Institute of Aging, Grant # P01 AG03949, 9/1/2004-8/31/2009. 35% LOE. The
Statistical Core is responsible for the quality of data management and analysis for all cores and
projects of this program project that includes several observational cohort studies. The Statistical
Core works to identify cross project analyses of scientific significance, to develop new statistical
methodology appropriate to address Aging Study scientific questions, to develop robust cognitive
test norms, and to identify and distinguish factors that predict age-related cognitive decline from
those that predict dementia-related cognitive decline. Dr. Hall is the director of the Statistical
Core for the study. Competitive renewal pending.
Role of Genes in Exceptional Longevity in Humans PI: Nir Barzalai. National Institute of
Aging, Grant # P01 AG027734. 04/01/2007-03/31/2012. 10% LOE. The objective of this study
is to identify genes that contribute to exceptional longevity in humans. Dr. Hall will provide
statistical analyses to the confirmatory prospective studies of candidate genes.
Data Coordinating Center for Medical Monitoring of NYC Firefighters and EMS
Personnel Exposed to the World Trade Center Collapse of September 11, 2001. PI: David
Prezant. National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Grant # 5-U1O-OH008242,
7/1/2004-6/31/2010, 20% LOE. This grant supports the medical monitoring of New York City
Fire Department Personnel exposed to the collapse of the World Trade Center as well as research
related to the continued health of that cohort. Dr. Hall is the lead statistician for the research.
Clinical and Translational Science Award. PI: Harry Shamoon. NIH National Center for
Research Resources. Grant #1-UL1-RR025750-01. 20% LOE. 5/19/2008-4/30/2013. Dr. Hall
is part of the Biostatistics/Epidemiology/Research Design Core, providing support in these
areas to investigators.
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Albert Einstein Cancer Center. PI: David Goldman. National Cancer Institute, Grant #P30
CA13330-35. 5% LOE. 7/1/07-6/30/12. Support to biostatistics shared resource for cancer
center. Dr. Hall is one of the statisticians supporting the shared resource; his primary role is as
the statistician on the Cancer Center’s Data Safety Monitoring Committee.
PRIOR GRANT SUPPORT
Gene Expression & Proteomic Profilling of Benign Breast Tissue & Risk of Breast
Cancer. PI: Tom Rohan. Breast Cancer Research Foundation. 10/1/2008 - 9/30/2009. 1.25%
LOE. This study will evaluate methods for the proteomic profiling of formalin-fixed breast
tissue. Dr. Hall is the statistician for the study.
Changes in Cognitive Performance in Preclinical AD: A Collaborative Analysis. PI: Brent
Small (University of South Florida). AECOM PI: Richard Lipton. National Alzheimer’s
Coordinating Center Project #2008-01 through University of South Florida. 7/1/2008 6/30/2009. 2% LOE. The goal of this project is to better understand trajectories of change in the
period prior to the diagnosis of AD by combining data from 5 longitudinal studies of aging and
dementia. Dr. Hall was a statistical consultant.
Clinical Research Curriculum Award. PI: Paul Marantz. National Institutes of Health,
Grant # K30 HL 04110. 5% LOE. 6/1/04-5/31/09. A two-year clinical research training
program, with two complementary components: a didactic curriculum, emphasizing
epidemiology, biostatistics, study design, computer methods, and research ethics; and a
mentored experience in clinical research, leading to the preparation of thesis. Scholars
successfully completing this program will earn a Master of Science degree in Clinical
Research Methods. Dr. Hall supported recent graduates of the program in furthering their
research careers.
Proteomic Prediction of Breast Cancer Risk: A Cohort Study. PI: Tom Rohan. United
States Department of Defense, Grant #BC043301. 3/1/2005-2/28/2009. 7.7% LOE. This case
control study will attempt to identify proteomics markers associated with the development of
breast cancer. Dr. Hall is the primary statistician for the study.
Culture-Fair Dementia Screening. PI: Ellen Grober. National Institute of Aging, Grant # R01
AG017854, 10/1/2002-9/30/2007. 15% LOE. This project addresses the urgent public health
need for a dementia screening program in primary care settings (e.g., HMO's, managed care,
group practices) where racial/ethnic minorities, the fastest growing segment of the older United
States population, receive their medical care. Dr. Hall is the statistician on the study.
Albert Einstein Cancer Center. PI: David Goldman. National Cancer Institute, Grant
#CA13330-33.7/1/04-6/30/07. 5% LOE. Support to biostatistics shared resource for cancer
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center. Dr. Hall is one of the statisticians supporting the shared resource. Competitive
renewal was recently awarded; Dr. Hall will continue in his role.
Spiritual vs. Educational Intervention on QOL in Low-Income Cancer Patients. 7/1/036/30/07. American Cancer Society. PI: Alyson Moadel. 10% LOE. This study will compare the
effects of a psych-educational vs. psycho-spiritual intervention on quality of life and medical
outcome of underserved, late-stage cancer patients. Dr. Hall is the statistician for the study.
Biometry Core, Support for Mental Retardation Research Center (PD: Donald S. Faber)
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Grant #5P30 HD01799, 8/1/20006/30/2005, Competitive renewal being submitted December 2004. 10% LOE. The Biometry Core
of the Kennedy Center provides statistical expertise and collaboration to Center Investigators on
all phases of clinical, observational, and basic science research. This includes guidance on study
design, study conduct, data analysis, and the interpretation and publication of results. Dr. Hall
was a member of the Biometry Core faculty and also gave lectures to investigators.
Competitive Supplement to: HPV & Cervix Neoplasia in a Large, Long Term HIV+
Cohort. PI: Howard Strickler. National Cancer Institute, Grant # R01 CA85178-01S, 2/1/0212/31/04. 20% LOE. This competitive supplement proposes broad new research goals that were
unachievable at the time of the original grant, and made possible by the expansion of the
Women’s Interagency HIV Study (WIHS) to double its current size: (i) risk factors for incident
cervical dysplasia; (ii) HPV intratype variation and its effects on the natural history of HPV and
dysplasia,; (iii) the association of host HLA genotype with risk of HPV infection, dysplasia, and
their persistence/progression.
Statistical Core, the Einstein Aging Study. National Institute of Aging, Grant # P01-AG03949
(PD9: Richard Lipton) 7/1/1998-6/30/2003. 35% effort. P.I.: Charles B. Hall. The Statistical
Core is responsible for the quality of data management andanalysis for all Einstein Aging Study
cores and projects. The Statistical Core works to identify cross project analyses of scientific
significance, to develop new statistical methodology appropriate to address Aging Study
scientific questions, to develop robust cognitive test norms, and to identify and distinguish
factors that predict age-related cognitive decline from those that predict dementia-related
cognitive decline.
Clinical Research Curriculum Award. National Institutes of Health, Grant # K30-HL-04110
Period: 6/1/99-5/31/04. 5% effort. PI: Paul Marantz. A two-year clinical research training
program, with two complementary components: a didactic curriculum, emphasizing
epidemiology, biostatistics, study design, computer methods, and research ethics; and a mentored
experience in clinical research, leading to the preparation of thesis. Scholars successfully
completing this program will earn a Master of Science degree in Clinical Research Methods. Dr.
Hall’s role was to advise recent graduates of the program in study design.
Improving Stroke Outcome by Using Quantitative Functional MRI. Patrick and Catherine
Weldon Donaghue Medical Research Foundation, Grant # DF-99-047, P.I.: Song Lai. 5% LOE.
1/01/00-12/31/02. Currently, there is a very short time window during which acute ischemic
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stroke patients may be treated successfully with anticoagulants. This project used new
quantitative neuroimaging techniques that identify ischemic penumbrae as well as infacted areas
of the brain in an attempt to expand that time window. Dr. Hall was the statistician for the study.
Private-Public Alliance for Prevention (Domestic Violence) Screening, Outreach, and
Safety for Abused Prenatal Patients. Patrick and Catherine Weldon Donaghue Medical
Research Foundation, Grant # DF 99-200, 2/15/00-2/14/03. P.I.: Howard Bailit. 10% LOE. This
study attempted to improve screening for partner abuse of pregnant by physicians and studies a
structured intervention for abused patients. Dr. Hall was the statistician for the study.
Statistical Methods for Study of Early Phase Dementia. University of Connecticut Center on
Aging, Grant # P60 AG13631. 9/1/99-8/31/00. P.I.: Charles B. Hall. 15% LOE (no salary
support). $20,000. This study developed innovative statistical methods – change point models –
for the study of the natural history of cognitive function in persons who develop Alzheimer’s
disease.
Public-Private Alliance for Prevention (Easy Breathing). Patrick and Catherine Weldon
Donaghue Medical Research Foundation, Grant # DF 97-048A, P.I.: Howard Bailit. 2/15/982/14/02. 25% LOE. This study implemented a pediatric asthma disease management program in
the six primary care clinics in Hartford, CT. The study has shown significant increases in
physician’s compliance with NHLBI guidelines and significant decreases in hospitalization for
children enrolled in the program. Dr. Hall was the lead statistician on the study.
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PRESENTATIONS
1.
Hall CB. Partial Regression Leverage Plots for Dependent Data. Presented at the
International Biometric Society Eastern North American Region Spring Meeting,
Philadelphia, PA, March, 1993.
2.
Hall CB, Zeger SL, and Bandeen-Roche KJ. Added Variable Plots for Regression with
Dependent Data. Presented at the International Biometric Society Eastern North American
Region Spring Meeting, Birmingham, AL, March, 1995.
3.
Hall CB, Zeger SL, and Bandeen-Roche KJ. Adjusted Variable Plots for Regression with
Dependent Data. Presented at University of Connecticut/University of Massachusetts
Statistics Symposium, October, 1995.
4.
Hall CB, Zeger SL, and Bandeen-Roche KJ. Adjusted Variable Plots for Cox’s Proportional
Hazards Regression Model. Presented at the International Biometric Society Eastern North
American Region Spring Meeting, Richmond, VA, March, 1996.
5.
Hall CB, P. J. Heagerty, Zeger SL, and Bandeen-Roche KJ. Diagnostics for Second-Order
Parameters in Regression Models for Dependent Data. Presented at the Joint Statistical
Meetings, Chicago IL, August, 1996.
6.
Hall CB, D. L. Miglioretti, D. L. Sherman, J. I. Sieracki, A. E. Gelfand and N. E. Crone
Detection of Change Points in the Frequency Spectra of Direct Electrocorticographic (ECoG)
Recording. Presented at “Modelling longitudinal and spatially correlated data: methods,
applications, and future directions,” Nantucket, MA, October 1996.
7.
Hall CB, Statistical Issues in Evaluating Multiple Attacks. Invited talk presented at “New
Directions in Migraine Clinical Trials,” Rome, Italy, October 1996.
8.
Hall CB, D. L. Miglioretti, D. L. Sherman, J. I. Sieracki, A. E. Gelfand, N. E. Crone,
Detection of Change Points in the Frequency Spectra of Direct Electrocorticographic (ECoG)
Recording. Presented at State University of New York at Albany, School of Public Health,
November 1996.
9.
Hall CB, Marginal and Random Effects Models for Longitudinal Data. Invited paper
presented at Joint Statistical Meetings, Anaheim, CA, August 1997.
10.
Hall CB, Regression Diagnostics for Longitudinal Data. Presented at Brown University,
Providence, RI, November 1997.
11.
Hall CB, Lipton RB, Sliwinski M, Stewart WF. Estimating the Onset of Cognitive Decline in
Preclinical Alzheimer’s Disease. Presented to the Connecticut Chapter of the American
Statistical Association, New Haven, CT, February 1998.
12.
Hall CB, Lipton RB, Sliwinski M, and Stewart WF. A Change Point Model for Estimating
the Onset of Cognitive Decline in Preclinical Alzheimer's Disease. Presented at New England
Statistics Symposium, Cambridge, MA, April 1998.
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13.
Hall CB, Lipton RB, Sliwinski M, and Stewart WF. A Change Point Model for Estimating
the Onset of Cognitive Decline in Preclinical Alzheimer's Disease. Presented at “Statistical
Methods in Alzheimer’s Disease Research”, Lexington, KY, May 1998.
14.
Hall CB, Lipton RB, Sliwinski M, and Stewart WF. A Change Point Model for Estimating
the Onset of Cognitive Decline in Preclinical Alzheimer's Disease. Presented at International
Chinese Statistical Association Applied Statistics Symposium, New London, CT, June 1998.
15.
Hall CB, A Change Point Model for Estimating the Onset of Cognitive Decline in Preclinical
Alzheimer's Disease. Presented at Joint Statistical Meetings, Dallas, TX, August 1998.
16.
Hall C. Problems in the Analysis of Follow-Up Data. Presented to the University of
Connecticut Health Center General Clinical Research Center, December 11, 1998.
17.
Hall CB, Wakefield D, Buchanan J, Bailit H, Cloutier MM. Baseline Utilization Estimated
from Insurance Claims for a Pediatric Asthma Disease Management Program. Presented at
International Conference on Health Policy Research, Santa Monica, CA, December 1999.
18.
Hall CB, Ying J, Kuo L, Lipton R, Sliwinski M, Katz M. Modeling Cognitive Function over
time using Linear Mixed Models with Change Points. Presented at Rush Alzheimer’s Disease
Center, Chicago IL, March 2000.
19.
Hall CB, Ying J, Kuo L, Lipton R, Sliwinski M, Katz M. Modeling Cognitive Function over
time using Linear Mixed Models with Change Points. Presented at Johns Hopkins University
Department of Biostatistics, Baltimore, MD, March 2000.
20.
Hall CB, Lipton R, Sliwinski M, Chen Z, Katz M. Dementia Incidence May Increase More
Slowly After Age 85: Results from the Bronx Aging Study. Poster at the American Academy
of Neurology, San Diego, CA, May 2000.
21.
Hall CB, Wakefield DB, Bailit H, Cloutier MM. Service Utilization By Children With
Asthma In Three Connecticut Cities. Poster at the American Thoracic Society, Toronto,
Ontario, Canada, May 2000.
22.
Hall CB, Ying J, Kuo L. Modeling Cognitive Function over Time Using Linear Mixed
Models with Change Points. Presented at the International Conference on Statistics in the 21st
Century, Orono, ME, June 2000.
23.
Hall CB, Ying J, Kuo L, Sliwinski M, Katz M, Lipton R. Bayesian and profile likelihood
methods for the estimation of different change points in multiple correlated outcomes, with
application to cognitive aging. Presented at the International Society for Clinical Biostatistics
Meeting, Trento, Italy, September 2000.
24.
Hall CB. Change point models show that accelerated decline in memory precedes accelerated
decline in speeded tasks in preclinical Alzheimer's disease. Presented at Albert Einstein
College of Medicine Department of Epidemiology and Social Medicine, Bronx, NY,
December 2000.
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25.
Hall CB. Modeling cognitive function over time using linear mixed models with change
points. Presented at Yale University Division of Biostatistics, New Haven, CT, February
2001.
26.
Hall CB, Sliwinski M, Katz M, Buschke H, Lipton RB. Accelerated Decline in Memory
Precedes Accelerated Decline in Speeded Tasks in Preclinical Alzheimer's Disease. Platform
presentation at the American Academy of Neurology, Philadelphia, PA, May 2001.
27.
D.B. Wakefield, Hall CB, Bailit H, Cloutier MM. Easy Breathing Pediatric Asthma
Management Program Changes Provider Prescribing Patterns. Poster presented at American
Thoracic Society, San Francisco, CA, May 2001.
28.
Hall CB, Wakefield DB, Bailit H, Cloutier MM. Easy Breathing Pediatric Asthma
Management Program Reduces Hospitalization And Emergency Room Utilization. Poster
presented at American Thoracic Society, San Francisco, CA, May 2001.
29.
Hall CB, Lipton R, Sliwinski M, Ying J, Katz M, Kuo L, Buschke H. Change point models
allow for estimation of the time at which cognitive decline accelerates in preclinical
dementia. Invited symposium presentation at the Gerontological Society of America,
Chicago, IL, November 2001.
30.
Hall CB. Population Inference in Case-Control Studies Nested within a Population-Based
Cohort Study. Invited talk presented at the International Biometrics Society, Tampa, FL,
March, 2003.
31.
Hall CB, Derby C, Katz MJ, LeValley A, Verghese J, Buschke H, Lipton RB. Education
delays accelerated decline in memory in persons who develop Alzheimer's disease. Platform
presentation at International Biometric Society, Austin, TX, March, 2005.
32.
Hall CB. Education delays accelerated decline in memory in persons who develop
Alzheimer's disease. Invited talk presented at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia,
PA, November 2005.
33.
Hall C, Verghese J, Derby C, Buschke H, Grober E, Katz MJ, LeValley A, Lipton R.
Education Delays Accelerated Decline in Memory in Persons who Develop Dementia:
Evidence for Cognitive Reserve. Poster presented at the American Academy of Neurology,
San Diego, CA, April, 2006.
34.
Hall CB. Education delays accelerated decline in memory in persons who develop
Alzheimer's disease. Invited talk presented at the Columbia University, New York, NY, May,
2006.
35.
Hall CB, Verghese J, Derby CA, Katz MJ, Buschke H, Kuslansky G, Lipton RB. Higher
Educational and Occupational Achievement are Associated with More Rapid Memory
Decline in Preclinical Alzheimer’s Disease: Evidence for Cognitive Reserve. Platform
presentation at 10th International Conference on Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders,
Madrid, Spain, July 2006.
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36.
Hall CB, Lipton RB, Haut SR. Early follow-up data from seizure diaries can be used to
predict later incidence of seizures in same cohort. Poster presentation at the American
Epilepsy Society, Philadelphia, PA, December, 2007.
37.
Wang C, Hall CB. Correction of Bias from Non-Random Missing Longitudinal Data Using
Auxiliary Data. Poster presentation at the International Biometric Society, Dublin, Ireland,
July, 2008.
38.
Hall CB, Lipton RB, Verghese J. Participation in cognitive activities contributes to cognitive
reserve, delaying accelerated memory decline in persons who develop dementia. Platform
presentation at the European Federation of Neurological Societies, Madrid, Spain, August,
2008.
39.
Hall CB, Lipton RB, Verghese J. Crossword puzzles delay onset of accelerated cognitive
decline in preclinical dementia, contributing to cognitive reserve. Poster presentation at 11th
International Conference on Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders, Vienna, Austria,
July 2009.
40.
Hall CB. Change point models in longitudinal aging: motivation, history, and challenges.
Invited talk given at Washington University Alzheimer’s Disease Center, St. Louis, MO,
October 2009.
41.
Hall CB. Change point models in longitudinal aging: Methods, results, and challenges.
Invited talk given at Washington University Division of Biostatistics, St. Louis, MO, October
2009.
42.
Hall CB. Applications of Changepoint Methods in Aging for Identifying or Predicting Time
of Onset of Cognitive Decline, Motor Decline, and Disability. Invited talk to given at
Gerontological Society of America, Atlanta, GA, November 2009.
43.
Hall CB. Mammography Screening for Breast Cancer: How Strong is the Evidence? Grand
Rounds talk given at YAI Premier Health Care, New York, NY, May 2010.
44.
Hall CB. Estimation of individual change points. Invited talk given to Integrative Analysis of
Longitudinal Studies of Aging, Victoria, BC, Canada, June 2010.
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BIBLIOGRAPHY
Original Communications in Reviewed Journals
1. Stewart W, Gordon B, Selnes O, Bandeen-Roche KJ, Zeger SL, Tusa RJ, Celentano DD,
Shechter A, Lieberman J, Hall CB, Simon D, Lesser R, and Randall RD. Prospective Study
of Central Nervous System Function in Amateur Boxers in the United States. American
Journal of Epidemiology 139, 573-588, 1994.
2. Boatman D, Lesser R, Hall CB, and Gordon B. Auditory Perception of Segmental Features:
A Functional-Neuroanatomic Study. Journal of Neurolinguistics 8, 225-234, 1994.
3. Liao J, and Hall CB. Fast and Accurate Computation of the Exact Confidence Limits for the
Common Odds Ratio in Several 2x2 Tables. Journal of Computational and Graphical
Statistics 4, 173-179, 1995.
4. Hall CB, Zeger SL, and Bandeen-Roche KJ. Adjusted Variable Plots for Cox’s Proportional
Hazards Regression Model. Lifetime Data Analysis 2, 73-90, 1996.
5. Boatman D, Hall CB, Goldstein M, Lesser R, and Gordon B. Neuroperceptual Differences
in Consonant and Vowel Discrimination: as Revealed by Direct Cortical Electrical
Interference. Cortex 33, 83-98, 1997.
6. Affleck G, Tennen H, Urrows S, Higgins P, Abeles M, Hall C, Karoly P, and Newton C.
Fibromyalgia and Women’s Pursuit of Personal Goals: A Daily Process Analysis. Health
Psychology 17, 40-47, 1998.
7. Sliwinski M, and Hall C. Constraints on General Slowing: A Meta-Analysis using
Hierarchical Linear Models with Random Coefficients. Psychology and Aging 13, 164-175,
1998.
8. Hart J, Crone N, Lesser R, Sieracki J, Miglioretti D, Hall C, Sherman D, and Gordon B.
Temporal dynamics of verbal object comprehension. Proceedings of the National Academy
of Sciences 95, 6498-6503, 1998.
9. Bandeen-Roche K, Hall CB, Stewart WF, and Zeger SL. Exposures and Disease
Progression: A Generalized Functional Model with Regression Spline Fitting. Statistics in
Medicine 18, 2899-2916, 1999.
10. Warren N, Dillon C, Morse T, Warren A, Hall C. Biomechanical, Psychosocial and
Organizational Risk Factors for WRMSD: Population-Based Estimates. Journal of
Occupational Health Psychology 5, 164-181, 2000.
11. Grober E, Lipton RB, Hall C, Crystal H. Memory Impairment on Free and Cued Selective
Reminding Predicts Dementia. Neurology 54, 827-832, 2000.
12. Guttmann CRG, Benson R, Warfield SK, Wei X, Anderson MC, Hall CB, Abu-Hasaballah
K, Mugler JP, and Wolfson L. White Matter Abnormalities in Mobility-Impaired Older
Persons. Neurology 54, 1277-1283, 2000.
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13. Duncan M, Stayton C, Hall C. Police Reports on Domestic Incidents Involving Intimate
Partners: Injuries and Medical Help-Seeking. Women and Health 30, 1-13, 2000.
14. Hall C, Lipton RB, Sliwinski M, Stewart WF. A Change Point Model for Estimating the
Onset of Cognitive Decline in Preclinical Alzheimer's Disease. Statistics in Medicine 19,
1555-1566, 2000.
15. Lipton RB, Stewart WF, Hall C, O’Quinn S, Kuhn T, Gutterman D, Cady R. Sumatriptan for
the Range of Headaches in Migraine Sufferers: Results of the Spectrum Study. Headache 40,
783-791, 2000.
16. Cady R, Lipton RB, Hall C, Stewart WF, O’Quinn S. The Treatment of “Mild Headache” in
a Population of Migraineurs with Disability. Headache 40, 792-797, 2000.
17. Morse T, Dillon C, Warren N, Hall C, and Hovey D. Capture-Recapture Estimation of
Unreported Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders in Connecticut. American Journal of
Industrial Medicine 39, 636-642, 2001.
18. Imanishi Y, Hosokawa Y, Yoshimoto K, Schipani E, Mallya S, Papanikolaou A, Kifor O,
Tokura T, Sablosky M, Ledgard F, Gronowicz G, Wang TC, Schmidt EV, Hall C, Brown
EM, Bronson R, and Arnold A. Primary hyperparathyroidism caused by parathyroid-targeted
overexpression of cyclin D1 in transgenic mice. Journal of Clinical Investigation 107, 10931102, 2001.
19. Hall CB, Wakefield DB, Rowe TM, Carlisle PS, and Cloutier MM. Diagnosing Pediatric
Asthma: Validating the Easy Breathing Survey. Journal of Pediatrics 139, 267-272, 2001.
20. Hall CB, Ying J, Kuo L, Sliwinski M, Buschke H, Katz M, Lipton RB. Estimation of
bivariate measurements having different change points, with application to cognitive aging.
Statistics in Medicine 20, 3695-3714, 2001.
21. Benson RR, Guttmann CRG, Wei X, Warfield SK, Hall C, Schmidt JA, Kikinis R, and
Wolfson LI. Older people with impaired mobility have specific loci of periventricular
abnormality on MRI. Neurology 58, 48-55, 2002.
22. Verghese J, Buschke H, Viola LC, Katz MJ, Hall CB, Kuslansky G, Lipton RB. Validity Of
Divided Attention Tasks In Predicting Falls In The Elderly: A Preliminary Study. Journal of
the American Geriatrics Society 50:1572-1576, 2002.
23. Imanishi Y, Hall C, Sablosky M, Brown EM, Arnold A. New Method for in vivo Analysis of
Relative PTH-Calcium Setpoint in Mice. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 17:15561561, 2002.
24. Cloutier MM, Wakefield DB, Hall CB, Bailit HL. Childhood Asthma in an Urban
Community: Prevalence, Care System and Treatment. Chest 122: 1571-1579, 2002.
25. Ho GYF, Studentsov Y, Hall CB, Bierman R, Beardsley L, Lempa M, Burk RD. Subsequent
Human Papillomavirus Infection of Novel Types and the Protective Role of HPV16 VLP
Antibodies. Journal of Infectious Diseases 186:737-742, 2002.
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26. Cloutier MM, Wakefield DB, Carlisle PS, Bailit HL, Hall CB. The Effect of Easy Breathing
on Asthma Management and Knowledge. Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine
56:1045-1051, 2002.
27. Verghese J, Lipton RB, Hall CB, Kuslansky G, Katz MJ, Buschke H. Neurological Gait
Abnormality As A Predictor Of Non-Alzheimer Type Of Dementia In The Elderly. New
England Journal of Medicine 347(22):1761-1768, 2002.
28. Hall CB, Ying J, Kuo L, Lipton RB. Bayesian and Profile Likelihood Change Point Methods
for Modeling Cognitive Function Over Time. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis 42,
91-109, 2003.
29. Verghese J, Lipton RB, Katz MJ, Hall C, Derby CA, Kuslansky G, Ambrose AF, Sliwinski
M, Buschke H: Leisure activities and the risk of dementia in the elderly. New England
Journal of Medicine 348, 2508-2516, 2003.
30. Sliwinski M, Hofer S, Hall CB, Buschke H, & Lipton R. Modeling memory decline in older
adults: The importance of preclinical dementia, attrition and chronological age. Psychology
and Aging 18, 658-671, 2003.
31. Sliwinski M, Hofer SM, Hall C. Correlated cognitive change in older adults with and without
preclinical dementia. Psychology and Aging 18, 672-683, 2003.
32. Strickler HD, Palevsky JM, Shah KV, Anastos K, Klein RS, Minkoff H, Duerr A, Massad
LS, Celentano DD, Hall C, Fazzari M, Cu-Uvin S, Bacon M, Schuman P, Levine AM,
Durante AJ, Gange S, Melnick S, Burk RD. Human Papillomavirus Type 16 and Immune
Status in Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Seropositive Women. Journal of the National
Cancer Institute 95, 1062-1071, 2003.
33. Verghese J, Lipton RB, Hall CB, Kuslansky G, Katz MJ. Low blood pressure and the risk of
dementia in very old individuals. Neurology 61,1667-1672, 2003.
34. Kuslansky G, Katz M, Verghese J, Hall CB, Lapuerta P, LaRuffa G, Lipton RB. Detecting
dementia with the Hopkins Verbal Learning Test and the Mini-Mental State Examination.
Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology 19, 89-104, 2004.
35. Verghese J, Katz MJ, Derby CA, Kuslansky G, Hall CB, Lipton RB. Reliability and Validity
Of A Telephone-based Mobility Assessment Questionnaire. Age and Ageing 33, 628-632,
2004.
36. Harris TG, Burk RD, Palefski JM, Massad LS, Bang JY, Anastos K, Minkoff H, Hall CB,
Bacon MC, Levine AM, Watts DH, Silverberg MJ, Xue X, Melnick SL, Strickler HD.
Incidence of cervical squamous intraepithelial lesions associated with HIV serostatus, CD4
cell counts, and humanpapillomavirus test results. Journal of the American Medical
Association 293(12), 1471-6, 2005.
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37. Wolfson L, Wei X, Hall CB, Panzer V, Wakefield D, Benson RR, Schmidt JA, Warfield SK,
Guttmann CR. Accrual of MRI white matter abnormalities in elderly with normal and
impaired mobility. J Neurol Sci. 232(1-2), 23-7, 2005.
38. Cloutier MM, Hall CB, Wakefield DB, Bailit H. Use Of Asthma Guidelines By Primary
Care Providers To Reduce Hospitalizations And Emergency Department Visits In Poor,
Minority, Urban Children. Journal of Pediatrics 146(5), 591-597, 2005.
39. Strickler HD, Burk RD, Fazzari MJ, Anastos K, Minkoff H, Massad LS, Hall C, Bacon M,
Levine AM, Watts H, Silverberg M, Xue X, Schlecht N, Melnick S, Palesvsky JM. Human
Papillomavirus (HPV) Natural History and Possible HPV Reactivation in Human
Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)-Positive Women. Journal of the National Cancer Institute
97(8), 577-586, 2005.
40. Schlecht NF, Burk RD, Palefsky JM, Minkoff H, Xue X, Massad LS, Bacon M, Levine AM,
Anastos K, Gange SJ, Watts DH, Da Costa MM, Chen Z, Bang JY, Fazzari M, Hall C,
Strickler HD. Variants of human papillomaviruses 16 and 18 and their natural history in
human immunodeficiency virus-positive women. Journal of General Virology 86: 2709-2720,
2005.
41. Hall CB, Verghese J, Sliwinski M, Chen Z, Katz M, Derby C, and Lipton RB. Dementia
Incidence May Increase More Slowly After Age 90: Results from the Bronx Aging Study.
Neurology 65: 882-886, 2005.
42. Glaser AY, Hall CB, Uribe SJ, Fried MP. The effects of previously acquired skills on sinus
surgery simulator performance. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 133(4):525-30, 2005.
43. Haut SR, Lipton RB, LeValley AJ, Hall CB, and Shinnar S. Identifying Seizure Clusters In
Patients With Epilepsy. Neurology 65:1313-1315, 2005.
44. Verghese J, LeValley A, Derby C, Kuslansky G, Katz M, Hall C, Buschke H, Lipton RB.
Leisure activities and the risk of amnestic mild cognitive impairment in the elderly.
Neurology. 66(6):821-7, 2006.
45. Verghese J, LeValley A, Hall CB, Katz MJ, Ambrose AF, Kuslansky G, Derby CA, Buschke
H, Lipton RB. Epidemiology of Gait Disorders in Community Residing Older Adults. Journal
of the American Geriatrics Society, 54 (2):255-261, 2006.
46. Glaser AY, Hall CB, Uribe JI, Fried MP. Medical students' attitudes towards the use of an
endoscopic sinus surgery simulator as a training tool. American Journal of Rhinology, 20(2),
177-179, 2006.
47. Banauch GI, Hall C, Weiden M, Cohen HW, Thomas K Aldrich TK, Christodoulou V,
Arcentales N, Kelly KJ, Prezant DJ. Pulmonary Function After Exposure to the World Trade
Center in the New York City Fire Department. Am. J. Respir. Crit. Care Med. 174: 312-319,
2006.
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48. Duncan MM, Stayton CD, McIntosh PA, Hall CB. Individualized Performance Feedback to
Increase Prenatal Domestic Violence Screening. Maternal and Child Health, 174, 312-319,
2006.
49. Sliwinski MJ, Stawski RS, Hall CB, Katz M, Verghese J, Lipton R. Distinguishing
Preterminal and Terminal Cognitive Decline. European Psychologist, 11(3), 172-181, 2006.
50. Cloutier M, Wakefield D, Sangeloty-Higgins P, Delaronde S, Hall C. Asthma Guideline Use
By Pediatricians In Private Practices And Asthma Morbidity. Pediatrics, 118(5):1880-1887,
2006.
51. Hall CB, Tennen H, Wakefield DB, Brazil K, Cloutier MM. Organizational Assessment in
Pediatric Primary Care: Development and Initial Validation of the Primary Care
Organizational Questionnaire (PCOQ). Health Services Management Research, 19: 207–214,
2006.
52. Haut SR, Hall CB, LeValley AJ, Lipton RB. Can patients with epilepsy predict their
seizures? Neurology 68: 262-266, 2007.
53. Izbicki G, Chavko R, Banauch GI, Weiden MD, Berger KI, Aldrich TK, Hall C, Kelly KJ,
Presant DJ. World Trade Center – “Sarcoid Like” Granulomatous Pulmonary Disease in New
York City Fire Department Rescue Workers. Chest, 131:1414–1423, 2007.
54. Moadel AB, Shah C, Wylie-Rosett J, Harris MS, Patel SR, Hall CB, Sparano JA.
Randomized-Controlled Trial of Yoga among a Multiethnic Sample of Breast Cancer
Patients: Effects on Quality of Life. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 25:4387-4395, 2007.
55. Levsky JM, Shenoy SM, Chubb JR, Hall CB, Capodieci P, Singer RH. The Spatial Order of
Transcription in Mammalian Cells. Journal of Cellular Biochemistry, 102:609-617, 2007.
56. Hall CB, Derby CA, LeValley AJ, Katz MJ, Verghese J, Lipton RB. Education delays
accelerated decline on a memory test in persons who develop dementia. Neurology 69:1657–
1664, 2007.
57. Haut SR, Hall CB, Masur J, Lipton RB. Seizure occurrence: Precipitants and prediction.
Neurology 69:1905-1910, 2007.
58. Grober E, Hall C, McGinn M, Nicholls T, Stanford S, Ehrlich A, Jacobs L, Kennedy G,
Sanders A, Lipton R. Neuropsychological strategies for detecting early dementia. Journal of
the International Neuropsychological Society 14(1):130-142, 2008.
59. Grober E, Hall C, Lipton RB, Teresi JA. Primary Care Screen for Early Dementia. Journal of
the American Geriatrics Society 56(2):206–213, 2008.
60. Grober E, Hall CB, Lipton RB, Zonderman AB, Resnick SM, Kawas C. Memory
Impairment, Executive Dysfunction, and Intellectual Decline in Preclinical Alzheimer's
Disease. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 14(2):266:278, 2008.
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61. Grober E, Hall C, Sanders AE, Lipton RB. Free and cued selective reminding distinguishes
Alzheimer's disease from vascular dementia. J Am Geriatr Soc. 56: 944-6, 2008.
62. Holtzer R, Verghese J., Wang C, Hall CB, Lipton RB. Within-person acrossneuropsychological test variability and incident dementia. Journal of the American Medical
Association 300: 823 – 830, 2008.
63. Sanders AE, Holtzer R, Lipton RB, Hall C, Verghese J. Egocentric and exocentric navigation
skills in older adults. Journal of Gerontology – Medical Sciences 63(12):1356-63, 2008.
64. Cloutier MM, Wakefield DB, Tsimikas J, Hall CB, Tennen H, Brazil K. Organizational
Attributes of Practices Successful at a Disease Management Program. Journal of Pediatrics
154: 290-295, 2009.
65. Ginzburg YZ, Rybicki AC, Suzuka SM, Hall CB, Breuer W, Cabantchik ZI, Bouhassira EE,
Fabry ME, Nagel RL. Exogenous iron increases hemoglobin in -thalassemic mice.
Experimental Hematology 37: 172-183, 2009.
66. Hall CB, Lipton RB, Tennen H, Haut SR. Early follow-up data from seizure diaries can be
used to predict subsequent seizures in same cohort by borrowing strength across participants.
Epilepsy and Behavior 14(3):472-475, 2009.
67. Hall CB, Lipton RB, Sliwinski M, Katz MJ, Derby C, Verghese J. Cognitive activities delay
onset of memory decline in persons who develop dementia. Neurology 73(5):356-361, 2009.
68. Tennen H, Cloutier MM, Wakefield DB, Hall CB, Brazil K. The buffering effect of hope on
clinicians’ behavior: A test in pediatric primary care. Journal of Social and Clinical
Psychology 28(5):554-576, 2009.
69. Kaplan RF, Cohen RA, Moscufo N, Guttmann C, Chasman J, Buttaro M, Hall C, Wolfson L.
Demographic and biological influences on cognitive reserve. Journal of Clinical and
Experimental Neuropsychology 31(7):868-876, 2009.
70. Brach JS, Perera S, Studenski S, Katz M, Hall C, Verghese J. Meaningful change in
measures of gait variability in older adults. Gait and Posture 31, 171-179, 2010.
71. Wang C, Hall CB. Correction of Bias from Non-random Missing Longitudinal Data Using
Auxiliary Information. Statistics in Medicine 29, 671-679, 2010.
72. Li H, Rybicki AC, Suzeka SM, von Bonsdorff L, Breuer W, Hall CB, Cabantchik ZI,
Bouhassira EE, Fabry ME, Ginzburg YZ. Transferrin injections ameliorate disease in betathalassemic mice. Nature Medicine 16: 177-182, 2010.
73. Hall CB, Brazil K, Wakefield D, Lerer T, Tennen H. Organizational Culture, Job
Satisfaction, and Clinician Turnover in Primary Care. Journal of Primary Care & Community
Health 1, 29-36, 2010.
74. Aldrich TK, Gustave J, Hall CB, Cohen HW, Webber MP, Zeig-Owens R, Cosenza K,
Christodoulou V, Glass L, Al-Othman F, Weiden MD, Kelly KJ, Prezant DJ. Seven Year
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Lung Function Follow-up in World Trade Center Fire/EMS Workers. New England Journal
Medicine 362:1263-1297, 2010.
75. Grober E, Sanders A, Hall CB, Lipton RB. Free and Cued Selective Reminding Identifies
Very Mild Dementia in Primary Care. Alzheimer Disease & Associated Disorders, to appear.
76. Banauch G, Brantly M, Izkicki G, Hall C, Shanske A, Chavko R, Santhyadka G,
Christodoulou V, Weiden M, Prezant D. Accelerated Spirometric Decline In Alpha 1
Antitrypsin Deficient New York City Firefighters. Chest, to appear.
77. Webber M, Lee R, Soo J, Gustave J, Hall CB, Kelly K, Prezant D. Prevalence and Incidence
of High-Risk for Obstructive Sleep Apnea in World Trade Center-Exposed Rescue/Recovery
Workers. Sleep and Breathing, to appear.
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Other Publications
1. Hall CB, Lipton RB, Sliwinski M, Stewart WF. A Change Point Model for Estimating the
Onset of Cognitive Decline in Preclinical Alzheimer's Disease. ASA Proceedings of the
Epidemiology Section, 111-116, American Statistical Association (Alexandria, VA), 1998.
2. Lipton RB, Cady RK, Stewart WF, Wilks K, Hall C. Diagnostic Lessons From The Spectrum
Study. Neurology 2002 58: S27-31.
3. Ying J, Hall C, Kuo, L and Lipton R. Bayesian and profile likelihood change point methods
for modeling cognitive function over time. ASA Proceedings of the Joint Statistical Meetings,
1313-1318. American Statistical Association (Alexandria, VA), 2002.
4. Bienias J, Hall C. Diagnostics for random coefficient mixed models with unweighted and
weighted data. ASA Proceedings of the Joint Statistical Meetings, 238-241, American
Statistical Association (Alexandria, VA), 2002.
5. Marantz PR, Hall CB, Derby CA. Radical prostatectomy versus watchful waiting. Letter to
the Editor, N Engl J Med. 2005 Sep 22;353(12):1298-300.
6. Strickler HD, Hall C, Wylie-Rosett J, Rohan T. Underweight, overweight, obesity, and
excess deaths. Letter to the Editor, JAMA. 2005 Aug 3;294(5):551-2.
7. Mula M, Monaco F, Haut SR, Hall CB, LeValley AJ, Lipton RB. Can patients with epilepsy
predict their seizures? Reply to Letter to the Editor, Neurology 69, 494, 2007.
8. Moadel AB, Hall CB. “Author’s Reply” to Commentary on Moadel et al, Randomized
Controlled Trial of Yoga among a Multiethnic Sample of Breast Cancer Patients: Effects on
Quality of Life. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 25(28): 4387–4395, 2007. Journal FACT
(Focus on Alternative and Complementary Therapies) 13(1), 47, 2008.
9. Wang C, Hall CB. Correction of bias from nonrandom missing longitudinal data using
auxiliary information ASA Proceedings of the Joint Statistical Meetings, 3444-3451.
American Statistical Association (Alexandria, VA), 2008.
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TEACHING
Instructor for Systems Analysis, Programming Logic, Fortran, and Advanced Fortran courses,
Northern Virginia Community College, 1984-1988.
Teaching assistant for statistical methods courses at Johns Hopkins University School of
Hygiene and Public Health, 1991-1994, and Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing,
1995.
Analysis of Experiments, University of Connecticut Department of Statistics, Fall 1995.
Statistical Methods Calculus Based, University of Connecticut Department of Statistics, Fall
1995.
Undergraduate Independent Study, University of Connecticut Department of Statistics, Fall
1996.
Statistical Methods I, University of Connecticut Department of Statistics, Fall 1996, Fall
1997, Fall 1998.
One day workshop, “Statistical Methods for Longitudinal Data”. Presented at Pfizer Central
Research, Groton, CT, December 1996.
Linear Models II, University of Connecticut Department of Statistics, Spring 1996, Spring
1997, Spring 1998.
Statistical Methods II, University of Connecticut Department of Statistics, Spring 1996,
Spring 1997, Spring 1998.
Clinical Epidemiology, University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Fall 1998, Fall 1999,
Fall 2000.
Introduction to Clinical Research, University of Connecticut Health Center General Clinical
Research Center, Spring 1999, Fall 1999, Fall 2000.
Supervised Undergraduate Internship, University of Connecticut Department of Statistics,
Summer 1999, Spring 2000.
Evidence Based Medicine, University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Fall 1999, Spring
2000, Fall 2000, Spring 2001.
Seminar, “Modeling Cognitive Function over Time Using Linear Mixed Models with Change
Points.” University of Connecticut Health Center Claude Pepper Older Americans
Independence Center, May 2000.
Evidence Based Medicine, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Spring 2002, Fall 2002,
Spring 2003, Fall 2003, Spring 2004, Fall 2004, Spring 2005, Fall 2005, Spring 2006, Fall
2006, Spring 2007, Fall 2007, Spring 2008, Fall 2008, Fall 2009, Spring 2010.
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Introduction to Study Design, Albert Einstein College of Medicine Department of Pathology,
Summer 2002.
Introduction to Study Design, Albert Einstein College of Medicine Division of Medical
Oncology, Fall 2002.
Principles of Preventive Medicine, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Spring 2003, Spring
2004, Spring 2005, Spring 2006, Spring 2007, Spring 2008 (fill-in for two sessions), Spring
2009, Spring 2010.
Molecular Epidemiology, Spring 2005, Spring 2006, Spring 2007, Spring 2008 (lecture on
dose response estimation and multiple testing).
Introduction to Clinical Research, Fall 2004, Fall 2005, Fall 2006, Fall 2007, Fall 2008, Fall
2009.
Epidemiology Methods Journal Club, December 2006, November 2008.
Neurology Resident Journal Club, December 2007, June 2009.
Radiology Resident Lecture, “Mammography Screening for Breast Cancer”, October 2008.
Internal Faculty Seminar, “Change point models in longitudinal aging: methods, results, and
challenges”, Einstein Aging Study, March 2010.
Radiology Resident Journal Club, November 2009, March 2010, April 2010, June 2010.
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