Mon, March 13, 2017, noon:
Secondary Task Prevalence, Odds Ratios vs. Relative Risk, Absolute Risk and Alternative Baselines in SHRP2 Naturalistic Driving (Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers)
Prenatal Exposures and Child Health Outcomes: A Statewide Study (Office of the Director, NIH)
Precision Medicine Initiative Cohort Program Coordinating Center (U2C) (Office of the Director, NIH)
Development and Deployment of Surveys and Samples (Office of the Director, NIH)
Child Injury Prevention Studies (TK Holdings, Inc)
Longer-term Effects of New Jersey?s Graduated Driver Licensing Decal Provision (Children's Hospital of Philadelphia)
Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.
Professor, Biostatistics, School of Public Health.
Research Professor, Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research.
Ph.D., University of Michigan
Dr. Elliott s research interests include the design and analysis of sample surveys, U.S. Census undercount, and missing and latent variable data structures with applications to causal estimation and modeling. Recently he has explored potential outcome models to estimate causal effects in a variety of diverse settings, including longitudinal clinical trials and toxicology studies.
Conlon, Anna SC, Jeremy MG Taylor, and Michael R. Elliott. Forthcoming. "Surrogacy assessment using principal stratification and a Gaussian copula model." Statistical Methods in Medical Research. PMCID: PMC4272338. DOI. Abstract.
Zhou, H., Michael R. Elliott, and Trivellore Raghunathan. 2016. "Multiple Imputation in Two-stage Cluster Samples Using the Weighted Finite Population Bayesian Bootstrap." Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology, 4(2): 139-170. DOI. Abstract.
Zhou, H., Michael R. Elliott, and Trivellore Raghunathan. 2016. "Synthetic Multiple-Imputation Procedure for Multistage Complex Samples." Journal of Official Statistics, 32(1): 231-256. DOI. Abstract.
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. DOI. Abstract.
Curry, Allison E., Melissa R. Pfeiffer, and Michael R. Elliott. 2016. "Validation of quasi-induced exposure representativeness assumption among young drivers." Traffic Injury Prevention, 17(4): 346-351. PMCID: PMC4794414. DOI. Abstract.