Andrea Rotnitzky
Andrea Rotnitzky
Professor, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, and Adjunct Professor of Biostatistics, Harvard University
Verified email at utdt.edu
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Weight gain as a risk factor for clinical diabetes mellitus in women
GA Colditz, WC Willett, A Rotnitzky, JAE Manson
Annals of internal medicine 122 (7), 481-486, 1995
28611995
Estimation of regression coefficients when some regressors are not always observed
JM Robins, A Rotnitzky, LP Zhao
Journal of the American statistical Association 89 (427), 846-866, 1994
25471994
The prevention and treatment of missing data in clinical trials
RJ Little, R D'Agostino, ML Cohen, K Dickersin, SS Emerson, JT Farrar, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 367 (14), 1355-1360, 2012
1701*2012
Analysis of semiparametric regression models for repeated outcomes in the presence of missing data
JM Robins, A Rotnitzky, LP Zhao
Journal of the american statistical association 90 (429), 106-121, 1995
16631995
Adjusting for nonignorable drop-out using semiparametric nonresponse models
DO Scharfstein, A Rotnitzky, JM Robins
Journal of the American Statistical Association 94 (448), 1096-1120, 1999
11901999
Semiparametric efficiency in multivariate regression models with missing data
JM Robins, A Rotnitzky
Journal of the American Statistical Association 90 (429), 122-129, 1995
9231995
Recovery of information and adjustment for dependent censoring using surrogate markers
JM Robins, A Rotnitzky
AIDS epidemiology, 297-331, 1992
7071992
Semiparametric regression for repeated outcomes with nonignorable nonresponse
A Rotnitzky, JM Robins, DO Scharfstein
Journal of the american statistical association 93 (444), 1321-1339, 1998
5011998
Hypothesis testing of regression parameters in semiparametric generalized linear models for cluster correlated data
A Rotnitzky, NP Jewell
Biometrika 77 (3), 485-497, 1990
4721990
Sensitivity analysis for selection bias and unmeasured confounding in missing data and causal inference models
JM Robins, A Rotnitzky, DO Scharfstein
Statistical models in epidemiology, the environment, and clinical trials, 1-94, 2000
4362000
The relationship of bone and blood lead to hypertension: the Normative Aging Study
H Hu, A Aro, M Payton, S Korrick, D Sparrow, ST Weiss, A Rotnitzky
Jama 275 (15), 1171-1176, 1996
3871996
Regression models for discrete longitudinal responses
GM Fitzmaurice, NM Laird, AG Rotnitzky
Statistical Science, 284-299, 1993
3571993
Comment: Performance of double-robust estimators when" inverse probability" weights are highly variable
J Robins, M Sued, Q Lei-Gomez, A Rotnitzky
Statistical Science 22 (4), 544-559, 2007
3122007
A longitudinal study of low-level lead exposure and impairment of renal function: the normative aging study
R Kim, A Rotnitzky, D Sparrow, ST Weiss, C Wager, H Hu
Jama 275 (15), 1177-1181, 1996
2821996
Estimation and extrapolation of optimal treatment and testing strategies
J Robins, L Orellana, A Rotnitzky
Statistics in medicine 27 (23), 4678-4721, 2008
2222008
Comment on the Bickel and Kwon article,“Inference for semiparametric models: Some questions and an answer”
JM Robins, A Rotnitzky
Statistica Sinica 11 (4), 920-936, 2001
2222001
Semiparametric regression estimation in the presence of dependent censoring
A Rotnitzky, JM Robins
Biometrika 82 (4), 805-820, 1995
2021995
Race and gender differences in respiratory illness prevalence and their relationship to environmental exposures in children 7 to 14 years of age
DR Gold, A Rotnitzky, AI Damokosh, JH Ware, FE Speizer, BG Ferris Jr, ...
American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 148 (1), 10-18, 1993
1911993
Analysis of semi‐parametric regression models with non‐ignorable non‐response
A Rotnitzky, J Robins
Statistics in medicine 16 (1), 81-102, 1997
1861997
Likelihood-based inference with singular information matrix
A Rotnitzky, DR Cox, M Bottai, J Robins
Bernoulli, 243-284, 2000
1792000
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