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ME Schnitzer
Associate Professor of Biostatistics, Université de Montréal
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Covid-19 vaccine effectiveness and the test-negative design
NE Dean, JW Hogan, ME Schnitzer
New England Journal of Medicine 385 (15), 1431-1433, 2021
1302021
Recurrent pre-eclampsia and subsequent cardiovascular risk
N Auger, WD Fraser, M Schnitzer, L Leduc, J Healy-Profitós, G Paradis
Heart 103 (3), 235-243, 2017
1152017
Targeted maximum likelihood estimation for a binary treatment: A tutorial
MA Luque‐Fernandez, M Schomaker, B Rachet, ME Schnitzer
Statistics in medicine 37 (16), 2530-2546, 2018
1122018
Mediation analysis for health disparities research
AI Naimi, ME Schnitzer, EEM Moodie, LM Bodnar
American journal of epidemiology 184 (4), 315-324, 2016
1112016
Oral anticoagulant prescription trends, profile use, and determinants of adherence in patients with atrial fibrillation
S Perreault, S de Denus, B White‐Guay, R Côté, ME Schnitzer, MP Dubé, ...
Pharmacotherapy: The Journal of Human Pharmacology and Drug Therapy 40 (1 …, 2020
1032020
Proton pump inhibitors and risk of gastric cancer: population-based cohort study
D Abrahami, EG McDonald, ME Schnitzer, AN Barkun, S Suissa, ...
Gut 71 (1), 16-24, 2022
822022
The longitudinal association between the context of physical activity and mental health in early adulthood
I Doré, JL O'loughlin, ME Schnitzer, GD Datta, L Fournier
Mental Health and Physical Activity 14, 121-130, 2018
652018
Effect of breastfeeding on gastrointestinal infection in infants: a targeted maximum likelihood approach for clustered longitudinal data
ME Schnitzer, MJ van der Laan, EEM Moodie, RW Platt
The annals of applied statistics 8 (2), 703, 2014
602014
Disability in systemic sclerosis—a longitudinal observational study
M Schnitzer, M Hudson, M Baron, R Steele
The Journal of Rheumatology 38 (4), 685-692, 2011
552011
Variable selection for confounder control, flexible modeling and collaborative targeted minimum loss-based estimation in causal inference
ME Schnitzer, JJ Lok, S Gruber
The international journal of biostatistics 12 (1), 97-115, 2016
482016
Trends in acid suppressant drug prescriptions in primary care in the UK: a population-based cross-sectional study
D Abrahami, EG McDonald, M Schnitzer, L Azoulay
BMJ open 10 (12), e041529, 2020
432020
Educational Note: Paradoxical collider effect in the analysis of non-communicable disease epidemiological data: a reproducible illustration and web application
MA Luque-Fernandez, M Schomaker, D Redondo-Sanchez, ...
International journal of epidemiology 48 (2), 640-653, 2019
362019
Proton pump inhibitors and risk of colorectal cancer
D Abrahami, EG McDonald, ME Schnitzer, AN Barkun, S Suissa, ...
Gut 71 (1), 111-118, 2022
302022
Modeling the impact of hepatitis C viral clearance on end-stage liver disease in an HIV co-infected cohort with targeted maximum likelihood estimation
ME Schnitzer, EEM Moodie, MJ van der Laan, RW Platt, MB Klein
Biometrics 70 (1), 144-152, 2014
262014
Causal inference with multiple concurrent medications: A comparison of methods and an application in multidrug-resistant tuberculosis
AA Siddique, ME Schnitzer, A Bahamyirou, G Wang, TH Holtz, GB Migliori, ...
Statistical methods in medical research 28 (12), 3534-3549, 2019
252019
Comparative effectiveness and safety of direct oral anticoagulants versus vitamin K antagonists in nonvalvular atrial fibrillation: a Canadian multicentre observational cohort …
M Durand, ME Schnitzer, M Pang, G Carney, S Eltonsy, KB Filion, ...
Canadian Medical Association Open Access Journal 8 (4), E877-E886, 2020
222020
Maternal cardiovascular disease 3 decades after preterm birth: longitudinal cohort study of pregnancy vascular disorders
N Auger, BJ Potter, S He, J Healy-Profitós, ME Schnitzer, G Paradis
Hypertension 75 (3), 788-795, 2020
222020
Targeted maximum likelihood estimation for marginal time-dependent treatment effects under density misspecification
ME Schnitzer, EEM Moodie, RW Platt
Biostatistics 14 (1), 1-14, 2013
222013
Lasso regression for the prediction of intermediate outcomes related to cardiovascular disease prevention using the TRANSIT quality indicators
C Khanji, L Lalonde, C Bareil, MT Lussier, S Perreault, ME Schnitzer
Medical Care 57 (1), 63-72, 2019
202019
Effect estimation in point-exposure studies with binary outcomes and high-dimensional covariate data–a comparison of targeted maximum likelihood estimation and inverse …
M Pang, T Schuster, KB Filion, ME Schnitzer, M Eberg, RW Platt
The international journal of biostatistics 12 (2), 20150034, 2016
192016
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