Michelle E. Ross, PhD
|CCEB Appointment||Senior Scholar, Biostatistics|
|Primary Faculty Appointment||Assistant Professor of Biostatistics at HUP, University of Pennsylvania Perelman SOM|
My statistical research interests include Bayesian statistics, spatial statistics, epidemiological methods and small area estimation. Recently, I have been developing a Bayesian approach to the analysis of two-phase studies with binary outcomes and categorical covariates. My collaborative work has included studies in air pollution and cardiovascular health, as well as spatial clustering of myelodysplastic syndromes. My ongoing collaborative research focuses on pediatrics research.
Ross ME, Wakefield J, Davis S, De Roos AJ. Spatial clustering of myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) in the Seattle-Puget Sound region of Washington State. Cancer Causes Control 21:829-38, 2010.
Ross ME, Wakefield J. Bayesian inference for two-phase studies with categorical covariates. Biometrics doi: 10.1111/biom.12019, 2013.
Ross ME, Wakefield J. Bayesian hierarchical models for two-phase studies. In preparation.
Deya R, Ross ME, Dunbar M, Wakefield J. Investigating risk factors associated with the geographical distribution of disease using aggregate and individual-level data. In preparation.
Ross ME, Van Hee VC, Adar SD, Szipro AA, Barr G, Bluemke DA, Eng J, Lima J, Diez Roux AV, Gill EA, Sheppard L, Kaufman JD. Long-term Air Pollution Exposure and Measures of MR Cardiac Structure and Function: the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis and Air Pollution. In preparation.