Jinbo Chen, PhD
|Office Location||203, Blockley Hall|
|Office Phone||(215) 746-3915|
|CCEB Appointment||Senior Scholar, Biostatistics|
|Primary Faculty Appointment||Associate Professor of Biostatistics, University of Pennsylvania Perelman SOM|
Statistical methodology and collaboration in genetic and molecular epidemiology; Statistical Genetics; Statistical methods for missing data problems; Disease risk prediction.
1. Chen J, Breslow NE (2004 ). Semiparametric efficient estimation for the auxiliary outcome problem with the conditional mean model. The Canadian Journal of Statistics 32:359-372.
2. Chen J, Peters U, Foster C, Chatterjee N (2004). A haplotype based test of association using data from cohort and nested case-control epidemiologic studies. Human Heredity 58:18-29.
3. Chen J and Chatterjee N. (2006). Haplotype-based association analysis in cohort and nested case-control studies. Biometrics 62:28-35.
4. Chen J, Pee D, Ayyagari R, Graubard B, Schairer C, Byrne C, Benichou J, Gail MH (2006). Projecting absolute invasive breast cancer risk in white women with a model that includes mammographic density. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 98:1215-1226.
5. Chen J and Rodriguez. Conditional likelihood methods for haplotype-based association analysis using matched case-control data. Biometrics (In press).
6. Chen J and Chatterjee N. Exploiting hardy-weinberg equilibrium for efficient screening of single SNP associations from case-control studies. Human Heredity 2007; 63:196-204.
7. Chen J, Yu K, Hsing A, and Therneau T. A partially linear tree-based regression model for assessing complex joint gene-gene and gene-environment effects. Genetic Epidemiology 2007; 31:238-251.
8. Chen J, Ayyagari R, Chatterjee N, Pee DY, Schairer C, Byrne, Benichou J, and Gail MH. Breast cancer relative estimates from case-control and cohort designs with missign data on mammographic density. Journal of the American Statistical Association (forthcoming).