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WILEY REFERENCE SERIES IN BIOSTATISTICS
Encyclopedia of Epidemiologic Methods


Editors:
 
Mitchell H. Gail, National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, Maryland, USA
Jacques Benichou, University of Rouen, Medical School and Rouen University Hospital, France


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Encyclopedia of Biostatistics




1000 pages
ISBN:
0471 86641 5
Hardcover

Published:
August 2000

About the Editors

MITCHELL H. GAIL
National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, Maryland, USA
Mitchell Gail received his medical degree at Harvard Medical School in 1968. Following an internship, he joined the National Cancer Institute in 1969. He received his Ph.D. in Statistics from George Washington University and has served as a medical statistician on clinical trials for lung cancer, on studies to evaluate diagnostic tests, and on epidemiologic studies. Mitchell became Chief of the Biostatistics Branch in the Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics in 1994.


JACQUES BENICHOU
University of Rouen Medical School and Rouen University Hospital, France
Jacques Benichou received his medical degree at the University of Paris Pitié-Salpêtrière School of Medicine in France in 1985. Based on work he did at the National Cancer Institute in the USA in 1986-1988, he received his Ph.D. in Biostatistics at the University of Paris in 1989. He worked as a biostatistician and held research positions from 1988 to 1990 at the University of Paris Saint-Louis School of Medicine in France, then at the National Cancer Institute in the USA from 1990 to 1996, in the Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics. In 1996, he became Professor of Biostatistics and Head of the Department of Biostatistics with a joint appointment at the University of Rouen School of Medicine and Rouen University Hospital, in France. 

Contributors

E. Alberman
London, UK 

P. K. Andersen
University of Copenhagen, Denmark 

P. Armitage
University of Oxford, UK 

O. Axelson
Linkoping University, Sweden 

P. Bacchetti
University of California, USA 

F. Ball
University of Nottingham, UK

D. Balzi
Centre for the Study & Prevention of Cancer, Florence, Italy 

N. Becker
La Trobe University, Victoria, Australia 

C. W. Begg
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre, New York, USA 

N. Becker
La Trobe University, Victoria, Australia 

J. Benichou
University of Rouen Medical School and Rouen University Hospital, France 

D. Berry
Duke University, Durham, USA 

N. Best
Imperial College of Science, Technology & Medicine, London, UK 

J. Bithell
University of Oxford, UK 

W. Blot
International Epidemiology Institute, Rockville, USA 

T. de Bock
Leiden University, The Netherlands 

N. Breslow
University of Washington, USA 

D. Brock
Office of Epidemiology, Dermography & Biometry, Bethesda, USA 

R. Brookmeyer
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA 

R. J. Carroll
Texas A&M University, Piscataway, USA 

N. Caporaso
National Cancer Institute, Rockville, USA 

B. Casady
Department of Labor, Washington, USA 

C. W. Chen
US EPA, Washington, USA 

B. C. K. Choi
Health Canada, Ottawa, Canada 

R. Clapp
Boston University, USA 

T. Colton
Boston University, USA 

R. J. Cook
University of Waterloo, Canada 

J. Cuzick
ICRF, London, UK 

P. Davis
University of Auckland, New Zealand 

J. Dong
Michigan Technical University, USA 

V. Farewell
University College London, UK 

C. P. Farrington
PHLS Communicable Disease Surveillance Centre, London, UK 

S. Furner
University of Illinois at Chicago, USA 

M. Gail
National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, USA 

J. Gani
Australian National University, Canberra, Australia 

J. Gastwirth
George Washington University, USA 

H. A . Goldstein
Institute of Education, London, UK 

R. Goldstein
Brighton, USA 

S. Greenland
Topanga, USA 

H. A. Heesterbeek
Centre of Biometry, Wageningen, The Netherlands 

T. Holford
Yale University School of Medicine, USA 

J. Hoem
Stockholm University, Sweden 

D. W. Hosmer Jr.
University of Massachusetts, USA 

H. A. Hill
Emory University, Atlanta, USA 

J. Hanson
National Institutes of Health, USA 

B. Hankey
National Institutes of Health, USA 

T. Hakulinen
Finnish Cancer Registry, Helsinki, Finland 

H. Inskip
University of Southampton, UK 

R. Israel
Bowie, USA 

N. Keiding
University of Copenhagen, Denmark 

G. Koch
University of North Carolina, USA 

D. Dorling
University of Bristol, UK 

S. Kupper
University of North Carolina, USA 

F. Kvis
University of Illinois at Chicago, USA 

S. Kedrick
Scottish Health Service, Edinburgh, UK 

J. M. Lang
Boston University, USA 

B. Langholz
University of Southern California, USA 

J. Lee
Texas Medical Centre, USA 

H. G. Leufkens
Utrecht University, The Netherlands 

R. J. Little
University of Michigan, USA 

G. Liu
Merck Research Laboratories, USA 

A D. Lopez
World Health Organisation, Switzerland 

E. Lynge
Danish Cancer Society, Copenhagen, Denmark 

A. Macfarlane
Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford, UK 

B. McKnight
University of Washington, USA 

R. Meenan
Boston University School of Public Health, USA 

H. Morgenstern
UCLA School of Public Health, USA 

H. L. Neuburger
Office for National Statistics, London, UK 

R. T. O'Neill
FDA, Rockville, USA 

G. J. van Oortmarssen
Department of Public Health, Rotterdam, The Netherlands 

S. Palmer
Public Health Laboratories, Cardiff, UK 

J. Palmgren
Rolf Nevanlinma Institute, Finland 

A. Pickles
Institute of Psychiatry, London, UK 

C. Portier
NIEHS-BRAP, Research Triangle Park, USA 

R. L. Prentice
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Centre, Seattle, USA 

D. Preston
Radiation Effects Research Foundation, Hiroshima, Japan 

R. Prokhorskas
World Health Organisation, Copenhagen, Denmark 

E. Renshaw
University of Strathclyde, UK 

P. Rosenbaum
Wharton School, Philadelphia, USA 

L. Rosenberg
Boston University, USA 

K. Rothman
Newton Executive Park, Newton Lower Falls, USA 

J. Samet
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA 

P. D. Sasieni
ICRF, London, UK 

G. Satten
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, USA 

L. Schieve
Norcross, USA 

G. Seber
Universitat Innsbruck, Austria 

M. Shoukri
University of Guelph, Canada 

J. Siemiatycki
University of Quebec, Canada 

L. Smith
Australian National University, Canberra, Australia 

M. A. Spence
UC Irvine Medical Centre, Orange, USA 

D. Spiegelman
Harvard School of Public Health, USA 

C. Stevenson
The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia 

B. Strom
University of Pennsylvania, USA 

D. Stroup
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA 

S. Suissa
McGill University, Montreal, Canada 

A. J. Swerdlow
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK 

D. Thomas
University of Southern California, USA 

I. Timaeus
Centre for Population Studies, London, UK 

A. A. Tsiatis
University of North Carolina, USA 

W. Vach
Universitat Freiburg, Germany 

M. Vaeth
Institute of Biostatistik, Aarhus, Denmark 

S. Wacholder
National Cancer Institute, Rockville, USA 

M. E. J. Wadsworth
MRC National Survey of Health and Development, London, UK 

J. Waksberg
Westat, Rockville, USA 

S. Walter
McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada 

S. Wallenstein
Teaneck, USA 

C. Y. Wang
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Centre, Seattle, USA 

C. Weinberg
National Institutes of Environmental Health, USA 


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