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Biometrics

"Biometrics is published quarterly in electronic form with print subscription available. Its general objective is to promote the use of statistical and mathematical theory and methods in the biosciences through articles describing the development of novel biometrical techniques and their application to new and ongoing subject-matter challenges. A centerpiece of most Biometrics articles is a scientific application that sets scientific or policy objectives, motivates methods development and demonstrates their operation.

Papers in the journal appear in one of four sections. The Biometric Methodology section presents papers that focus on the development of new methods and results of use in the biosciences. The Biometric Practice section contains papers involving innovative applications of methods and providing practical contributions and guidance, biological insight, and/or significant new findings. Reader Reaction papers refer directly to articles previously published in the journal, and Letters to the Editors provide comments and suggestions on the journal and its content." (From publisher's website)

Impact Factor1.360
Peer ReviewedYes
Publishing FrequencyQuarterly
Articles Published/Year119
Acceptance Rate28%
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Select PSC Publications in Biometrics

Zhou, Hanzhi, Michael R. Elliott, and Trivellore Raghunathan. 2016. "A two-step semiparametric method to accommodate sampling weights in multiple imputation." Biometrics, 72(1): 242-252.

Lu, Xi, Kevin G. Lynch, David W. Oslin, and Susan A. Murphy. 2016. "Comparing treatment policies with assistance from the structural nested mean model." Biometrics, 72(1): 10-19. PMCID: PMC4789134.

Elliott, Michael R., and Roderick Little. 2015. "Discussion of "On Bayesian Estimation of Marginal Structural Models"." Biometrics, 71(2): 288-291.

Jiang, Bei, Michael R. Elliott, Mary D. Sammel, and Naisyin Wang. 2015. "Joint modeling of cross-sectional health outcomes and longitudinal predictors via mixtures of means and variances." Biometrics, 71(2): 487-497. PMCID: PMC4480207.

Elliott, Michael R., Anna Conlon, and Yun Li. 2013. "Discussion on “Surrogate Measures and Consistent Surrogates”." Biometrics, 69(3): 569-572.

Li, Yun, Jeremy Taylor, Michael R. Elliott, and Daniel J. Sargent. 2011. "Causal assessment of surrogacy in a meta-analysis of colorectal cancer trials." Biometrics, 12(3): 478-492. PMCID: PMC3114655.