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Research Staff

 

程毅豪


Yi-Hau Chen


Institute of Statistical Science
Academia Sinica
Taipei 11529, Taiwan, R.O.C.
Tel: 886-2-27871968
FAX : 886-2-27831523
E-mail: 
yhchen@stat.sinica.edu.tw


Research Interests

1.      Biostatistics, Incomplete Data, Genetic Epidemiology, Survival Analysis

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Education

1997 PhD, National Taiwan University

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Professional Experience

2009-present

2003-present

Research Fellow, Institute of Statistical Science,

Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan

Associate Research Fellow, Institute of Statistical Science, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan

2000-2003 Assistant Research Fellow, Institute of Statistical Science, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan
2009-present

Adjunct Professor, Department of Mathematics,

National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan

2004-2009

1999-2004

Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics,National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan

Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, National TaiwanNormal University, Taipei, Taiwan

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Editorial Service

Biometrics (2014-2016)

Publications

1.      Chen, Y.-H. (1994). Classes of life distribution and renewal counting process. Journal of Applied Probability31, 1110-1115.

2.      Chen, Y.-H., and Chen, H. (1999). Incomplete covariates data in generalized linear models. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 79, 247-258.

3.      Chen, Y.-H., and Chen, H. (2000). A unified approach to regression analysis under double sampling design. Journal of the Royal Statistical SocietySer B, 62, 449-460.

4.      Chen, Y.-H. (2000). A robust imputation method for surrogate outcome data. Biometrika, 87, 711-716.

5.      Chen, Y.-H. (2002). Cox regression in cohort studies with validation sampling. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 64, 51-62.

6.      Chen, Y.-H. and Tsai, C.-C. P. (2002). A new method for estimation of the attenuation relationship with variance components. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 92, 1984-1991.

7.      Chen, Y.-H. and Wang, M. (2002). Sample size and optimal designs in stratified comparative trials to establish the equivalence of treatment effects among two ethnic groups. Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics, 12, 553-566.

8.      Chatterjee, N., Chen, Y.-H., and Breslow, N. E. (2003). A pseudoscore estimator for regression problems with two-phase sampling. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 98, 158-168.

9.      Chen, Y.-H. (2004). New approach to association testing in case-parent designs under informative parental missingness. Genetic Epidemiology, 27, 131-140.

10.  Chen, Y.-H. (2006). Computationally efficient Monte Carlo EM algorithms for generalized linear mixed models. Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation, 76, 817-828.

11.  Chen, Y.-H. and Lin, H.-W. (2006). Regression analysis under two-stage sampling designs: A brief review and perspective. Journal of the Chinese Statistical Association, 44, 79-90.

12.  Wu, J.-F., Chen, C.-H., Hsieh, R.-P., Shih, H.-H., Chen, Y.-H., Li, C.-R., Chiang, C.-Y., Shau, W.-Y., Ni, Y.-H., Chen, H.-L., Hsu, H.-Y. and Chang, M.-H. (2006). HLA typing associated with hepatitis B E antigen seroconversion in children with chronic hepatitis B virus infection: a long-term prospective sibling cohort study in Taiwan. Journal of Pediatrics, 148, 647-651.

13.  Tsai, C.-C. P., Chen, Y.-Hand Liu, C.-H. (2006). The path effect in ground motion variability: an application of the variance component technique. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America,96, 1170-1176.

14.  Chen, Y.-Hand Kao, J.-T. (2006). Multinomial logistic regression approach to haplotype association analysis in population-based case-control studies. BMC Genetics, 7:43.

15.  Chatterjee, N. and Chen, Y.-H. (2007). Maximum likelihood inference on a mixed marginally and conditionally specified regression model for genetic epidemiologic studies with two-phase sampling.Journal of the Royal Statistical SocietySer B, 69, 123-142.

16.  Chatterjee, N. and Chen, Y.-H. (2007). A semiparametric pseudo-score method for analysis of two-phase studies with continuous phase-I covariates. Lifetime Data Analysis, 13, 607-622.

17.  Chen, Y.-H., Chatterjee, N., and Carroll, R. J. (2008). Retrospective analysis of haplotype-based case-control studies under a flexible model for gene-environment association. Biostatistics, 9, 81-99.

18.  Chen, Y.-H. and Lin, H.-W. (2008). Simple association analysis combining data from trios/sibships and unrelated controls. Genetic Epidemiology, 32, 520-527.

19.  Chen, Y.-H., Lin, H.-W, and Liu H. (2009). Two-stage analysis for gene-environment interaction utilizing both case-only and family-based analysis. Genetic Epidemiology, 33, 95-104.

20.  Chen, Y.-H., Chatterjee, N., and Carroll, R. J. (2009). Shrinkage estimators for robust and efficient inference in haplotype-based case-control studies. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 104, 220–233.

21.  Chen, Y.-H. (2009). Weighted Breslow-type estimator and maximum likelihood estimation insemiparametric transformation models, Biometrika, 96, 591-600.

22.  Chen, Y.-H., Wu, Y.-C., and Wang, M. (2009). A Bayesian approach to evaluating regional treatment effect in a multiregional trial. Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics, 19, 900-915.

23.  Tung, Y.-C., Chang, G.-M., and Chen, Y.-H. (2009). Associations of physician volume and weekend admissions with ischemic stroke outcome in Taiwan: a nationwide population-based study. Medical Care, 47, 1018-1025.

24.  Chen, Y.-H. and Zucker, M. D. (2009). Case-cohort analysis with semiparametric transformation models.Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 139, 3706-3717.

25.  Chatterjee, N., Chen, Y.-H., Luo, S., and Carroll, R. J. (2009). Analysis of case-control association studies: SNPs, imputation and haplotypes. Statistical Science24489-502.

26.  Lin, H.-W. and Chen, Y.-H. (2010). Association analysis under population stratification: a two-stage procedure utilizing population- and family-based Analyses. Human Heredity, 69,160-170.

27.  Chen, Y.-H. (2010). Semiparametric marginal regression analysis for dependent competing risks under an assumed copula. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Ser B, 72, 235-251.

28.  Wen, C.-C. and Chen, Y.-H. (2011). Nonparametric maximum likelihood analysis of clustered current status data with the gamma frailty Cox model. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 55, 1053-1060.

29.  Chen, Y.-H. (2012). Maximum likelihood analysis of semi-competing risks data with

semiparametric regression models, Lifetime Data Analysis, 18, 36-57.

30.  Chen, Y.-H. and Wang, M. (2012). Assessing dose-region profile of drug efficacy: A multiregional trial strategy, Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics, 22, 894-902.

31.  Emura, T., Chen, Y.-H., Chen, H.-Y. (2012). Survival prediction based on compound covariate under Cox proportional hazard models, PloS ONE, 7, e47627.

32.  Wen, C.-C. and Chen, Y.-H. (2012). Conditional score approach to errors-in-variable current status data under the proportional odds model, Scandinavian Journal of Statistics, 39, 635-644.[Supplement Material]

33.  Shen, C.-W. and Chen, Y.-H. (2012). Model selection for generalized estimating equations accommodating dropout missingnessBiometrics, 68, 1046-1054. [Supplement Material]

34.  Wen, C.-C. and Chen, Y.-H. (2013). A frailty model approach for regression analysis of bivariate interval-censored survival data, Statistica Sinica, 23, 383-408.

35.  Kor, C. T., Cheng, K. F.and Chen, Y.-H. (2013). A method for analyzing clustered interval censored data based on Cox’s model, Statistics in Medicine, 32, 822-832.

36.  Wen, C.-C. and Chen, Y.-H. (2013). Assessing age-at-onset risk factors with incomplete covariate current status data under proportional odds models, Statistics in Medicine, 32, 2001-2012.

37.  Chen, Y.-H., Chatterjee, N., and Carroll, R. J. (2013).Using shared genetic controls in studies of gene-environment interactions, Biometrika, 100, 319-338.

38.  Shen, C.-W. and Chen, Y.-H. (2013). Model selection of generalized estimating equations with multiply imputed longitudinal data, Biometrical Journal, 55, 899-911.

39.  Choi, S., Huang, X., and Chen, Y.-H. (2014). A class of semiparametric transformation models for survival data with a cured proportion, Lifetime Data Analysis, 20, 369-386.

40.  Wen, C.-C. and Chen, Y.-H. (2014). A functional inference approach for interval-censored data with covariate measurement error, Statistica Sinica, 24, 1301-1307.

41.  Wen, C.-C. and Chen,Y.-H. (2014). Semiparametric analysis of incomplete current status outcome data under transformation models. Biometrics, online.

42.  Guo, C.-Y., Chen, Y.-J., and Chen, Y.-H. (2014). The logistic regression model for gene-environment interactions using both case-parent trios and unrelated case-controls. Annals of Human Genetics78, 299-305.

43.  Emura, T. and Chen, Y.-H. (2014). Gene selection for survival data under dependent censoring, a copula-based approach, Statistical Methods in Medical Researchonline.

44.  Lin, H.-W. and Chen, Y.-H. (2014). Adjustment for missing confounders in studies based on observational databases: Two-stage calibration combining propensity scores from primary and validation data, American Journal of Epidemiology, online.

45.  Lu, W., Liu, M., and Chen, Y.-H. (2014). Testing goodness-of-fit for the proportional hazards model based on nested case-control data, Biometrics, accepted.

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