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Statistical methods for dynamic treatment regimes
B Chakraborty, EE Moodie
Springer-Verlag. doi 10, 978-1, 2013
3222013
Demystifying optimal dynamic treatment regimes
EEM Moodie, TS Richardson, DA Stephens
Biometrics 63 (2), 447-455, 2007
2572007
The impact of antibiotics on growth in children in low and middle income countries: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials
EK Gough, EEM Moodie, AJ Prendergast, SMA Johnson, JH Humphrey, ...
Bmj 348, 2014
1302014
T-cell assays for tuberculosis infection: deriving cut-offs for conversions using reproducibility data
A Veerapathran, R Joshi, K Goswami, S Dogra, EEM Moodie, MVR Reddy, ...
PLoS One 3 (3), e1850, 2008
1302008
Prevalent new‐user cohort designs for comparative drug effect studies by time‐conditional propensity scores
S Suissa, EEM Moodie, S Dell'Aniello
Pharmacoepidemiology and drug safety 26 (4), 459-468, 2017
1272017
Linear growth faltering in infants is associated with Acidaminococcus sp. and community-level changes in the gut microbiota
EK Gough, DA Stephens, EEM Moodie, AJ Prendergast, RJ Stoltzfus, ...
Microbiome 3 (1), 1-10, 2015
1112015
Adaptive treatment strategies in practice: planning trials and analyzing data for personalized medicine
MR Kosorok, EEM Moodie
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 2015
1102015
Constructing inverse probability weights for continuous exposures: a comparison of methods
AI Naimi, EEM Moodie, N Auger, JS Kaufman
Epidemiology, 292-299, 2014
1102014
STRengthening analytical thinking for observational studies: the STRATOS initiative
W Sauerbrei, M Abrahamowicz, DG Altman, S le Cessie, J Carpenter, ...
Statistics in medicine 33 (30), 5413-5432, 2014
1072014
Q-learning: Flexible learning about useful utilities
EEM Moodie, N Dean, YR Sun
Statistics in Biosciences 6 (2), 223-243, 2014
952014
Breastfeeding and infant size: evidence of reverse causality
MS Kramer, EEM Moodie, M Dahhou, RW Platt
American journal of epidemiology 173 (9), 978-983, 2011
942011
Effect of cumulating exposure to abacavir on the risk of cardiovascular disease events in patients from the Swiss HIV Cohort Study
J Young, Y Xiao, EEM Moodie, M Abrahamowicz, MB Klein, E Bernasconi, ...
JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 69 (4), 413-421, 2015
842015
Q‐learning for estimating optimal dynamic treatment rules from observational data
EEM Moodie, B Chakraborty, MS Kramer
Canadian Journal of Statistics 40 (4), 629-645, 2012
832012
How generalizable are the results from trials of direct antiviral agents to people coinfected with HIV/HCV in the real world?
S Saeed, EC Strumpf, SL Walmsley, K Rollet-Kurhajec, N Pick, ...
Clinical Infectious Diseases 62 (7), 919-926, 2016
802016
Marijuana smoking does not accelerate progression of liver disease in HIV–hepatitis C coinfection: a longitudinal cohort analysis
L Brunet, EEM Moodie, K Rollet, C Cooper, S Walmsley, M Potter, ...
Clinical Infectious Diseases 57 (5), 663-670, 2013
762013
Doubly‐robust dynamic treatment regimen estimation via weighted least squares
MP Wallace, EEM Moodie
Biometrics 71 (3), 636-644, 2015
752015
Estimating optimal dynamic regimes: Correcting bias under the null
EEM Moodie, TS Richardson
Scandinavian Journal of Statistics 37 (1), 126-146, 2010
742010
Risk of end-stage liver disease in HIV-viral hepatitis coinfected persons in North America from the early to modern antiretroviral therapy eras
MB Klein, KN Althoff, Y Jing, B Lau, M Kitahata, V Lo Re III, GD Kirk, ...
Clinical Infectious Diseases 63 (9), 1160-1167, 2016
722016
Accuracy of conventional and marginal structural Cox model estimators: a simulation study
Y Xiao, M Abrahamowicz, EEM Moodie
The international journal of biostatistics 6 (2), 2010
722010
Costs of services for homeless people with mental illness in 5 Canadian cities: a large prospective follow-up study
EA Latimer, D Rabouin, Z Cao, A Ly, G Powell, T Aubry, J Distasio, ...
Canadian Medical Association Open Access Journal 5 (3), E576-E585, 2017
682017
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