Publications



[S] -- articles appearing in theoretical statistics journals;
[B] -- articles appearing in biostatistical methodology journals;
[I] -- articles appearing in interdisciplinary journals;
[RP] --articles appearing in refereed proceedings.
* Bolded names are graduate students.

 

2017

94. [S]       Ghiglietti, A., Vidyashankar, A. N., and Rosenberger, W. F. "Central Limit Theorems for an Adaptive Randomly Reinforced Urn Model," Annals of Applied Probability, in press.

93. [B]       Vilar, S. S. and Rosenberger, W. F. "Covariate-Adjusted Response-Adaptive Randomizaiton for Multi-arm Clinical Trials Using a Modified Forward Looking Gittins Index Rule," Biometrics, in press.

92. [I]       Gerber, L. H., Sikdar, S., Aredo, J. V., Armstrong, K., Rosenberger, W. F., Shao, H., and Shah, J. P. "Beneficial Effects of Dry Needling for Treatment of Chronic Myofascial Pain Persist for 6 Weeks After Treatment Completion," Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 9, 105-112.

91. [I]       Waldstein, S., Dore, G. A., Davatzikos, C., Katzel, L. I., Gullapalli, R., Seliger, S. L., Kouo, T., Rosenberger, W. F., Erus, G., Evans, M. K., and Zonderman, A. B. "The Differential Associations of Socioeconomic Status with Brain Volumes in African Americans and Whites," Psychosomatic Medicine, 79, 327-335.

 

2016

90. [B]       Galbete, A. and Rosenberger, W. F. On the Use of Randomization Tests Following Adaptive Designs,” Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics, in press.

89. [I]       Wendell, C. R., Zonderman, A. B., Katzel, L. I., Rosenberger, W. F., Plamadeala, V. V., Hosey, M. M., and Waldstein, S. R. "Nonlinear Associations Between Plasma Cholesterol Levels and Neuropsychology Function," Neuropsychology, 30, 980-987.

88. [I]       Moatti, M., Chevret, S., Zohar, S., and Rosenberger, W. F. “A Bayesian Hybrid Adaptive Randomisation Design for Clinical Trials with Survival Outcomes,” Methods of Information in Medicine, in press.

87. [RP]       Shao, H. and Rosenberger, W. F. “Properties of the Random Block Design for Clinical Trials,” In mODa11 – Advances in Model-Oriented Design and Analysis, Heidelberg: Physical-Verlag, in press.

 

2015

86. [S]       Rosenberger, W. F. “A Conversation with Nancy Flournoy,” Statistical Science, 30, 133-146.

85. [B]       Kennes, L. N., Rosenberger, W. F., and Hilgers, R.-D. “Inference for Blocked Randomization Under a Selection Bias Model,” Biometrics, in press.

84. [B]       Baldi Antognini, A., Rosenberger, W. F., Wang, Y., and Zagoraiou, M. “Exact Optimum Coin Bias in Efron’s Randomization Procedure,” Statistics in Medicine, in press.

83. [B]       Galbete, A. and Rosenberger, W. F. On the Use of Randomization Tests Following Adaptive Designs,” Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics, in press.

82. [I]       Turo, D., Otto, P., Hossain, M., Gebreab, T., Armstrong, K., Rosenberger, W. F., Shao, H., Shah, J. P., Gerber, L. H., and Sikdar, S. “Novel Use of Ultrasound Elastography to Quantify Muscle Tissue Changes After Dry Needling of Myofascial Trigger Points in Patients with Chronic Myofascial Pain,” Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine, in press.

81. [I]       Sims Wright, R. C., Levy, S. T. Katzel, L. I., Rosenberger, W. F., Manukyan, Z., Whitfield, K. E., and Waldstein, S. R. “Fasting Glucose, Glucose Tolerance, and Neurocognitive Function Relations Among Non-diabetic Older Adults,” Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, in press.

 

2014

80. [B]       Parhat, P., Rosenberger, W. F., and Diao, G. “Conditional Monte Carlo Randomization Tests for Regression Models,” Statistics in Medicine, 33, 3078-3088.

79. [B]       Dong, T., Tang, L. L., and Rosenberger, W. F. “Optimal Sampling Ratios in Comparative Diagnostic Trials,” Journal of the Royal Statistical Society C, 63, 499-514.

78. [I]       Hu, F., Hu, Y., Ma, Z., and Rosenberger, W. F. “Adaptive Randomization for Balancing on Covariates,” WIREs: Computational Statistics, 6, 288-303.

77. [I]       Sims, R. C., Katzel, L. I., Lefkowitz, D. M., Siegel, E. L., Rosenberger, W. F., Manukyan, Z., Whitfield, K. E., and Waldstein, S. R. “Association of Fasting Glucose with Subclinical Cerebrovascular Disease Among Non-diabetic Older Adults,” Diabetic Medicine, 6, 691-698.

 

2013

76. [S]       Sverdlov, O. and Rosenberger, W. F. “On Recent Advances in Optimal Allocation Designs in Clinical Trials,” Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice, 7(4), 753-773.

75. [S]       Flournoy, N., Haines, L. M., and Rosenberger, W. F. “A Graphical Comparison of Response-Adaptive Randomization Procedures,” Statistics in Biopharmaceutical Research, 5, 126--141.

74. [B]       Sverdlov, O., Rosenberger, W. F., and Ryeznik, Y. “Utility of Covariate-Adjusted Reponse-Adaptive Randomization in Survival Trials,” Statistics in Biopharmaceutical Research, 5, 38-53.

73. [B]       Flournoy, N., Haines, L. M., and Rosenberger, W. F. “A Graphical Comparison of Response-Adaptive Randomization Procedures,” Statistics in Biopharmaceutical Research, in press.

72. [I]       Sverdlov, O. and Rosenberger, W. F. “Randomization in Clinical Trials: Can We Eliminate Bias?” Clinical Investigation, 3(1), 37-47.

 

2012

71. [S]       Plamadeala, V. and Rosenberger, W. F. “Sequential Monitoring With Conditional Randomization Tests,” Annals of Statistics, 40, 30-44.

70. [B]       Rosenberger, W. F., Sverdlov, O., and Hu, F. “Adaptive Randomization for Clinical Trials,” Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics, 22, 719-736.

69. [I]       Walstein, S. R., Wendell, C. R., Lefkowitz, D. M., Siegel, E. L., Rosenberger, W. F., Spencer, R. J., Manukyan, Z., and Katzel, L. I. “Interactive Relations of Blood Pressure and Age to Subclinical Cerebrovascular Disease,” Journal of Hypertension, in press.

 

2010

68. [S]       Markaryan, T. and Rosenberger, W. F.  “Exact Properties of Efron’s Biased Coin Randomization Procedure,” Annals of Statistics, 38, 1546-1567.

67. [I]        Palsbo, S. E., Diao, G., Palsbo, G. A., Tang, L., Rosenberger, W. F., Mastal, M. F.  “Case-mix Adjustment and Enabled Reporting of the Health Care Experiences of Adults with Disabilities,” Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 91, 1339-1346..

66. [I]        Rice, S. C., Hosey, M. M., Lefkowitz, D. M., Katzel, L. I., Siegel, E. L., Rosenberger, W. F., Waldstein, S. R.  “Depressive Symptoms are Associated with Subclinical Neurovascular Disease Among Healthy Older Women, Not Men.”  American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 18, 940-947.

65. [I]        Waldstein, S. R., Lefkowitz, D. M., Siegel, E. L., Rosenberger, W. F., Spencer, R. J., Tankard, C. F., Manukyan, Z., Gerber, E. J., and Katzel, L. I.  “Reduced Cerebral Blood Flow in Older Men with Higher Levels of Blood Pressure.”  Journal of Hypertension, 28, 993-998.

64.  [RP]    Manukyan, Z. and Rosenberger, W. F.  “D-Optimal Design for a Five-Parameter Logistic Model,”  In Giovagnoli, A., Atkinson, A. C., and Torsney, B. (eds.), mODa9 Advances in Model Oriented Design and Data Analysis, Heidelberg:  Physica-Verlag, 113-120.

 

2009

63. [S]       Roy, A., Ghosal, S., and Rosenberger, W. F.  “Convergence Properties of Sequential Bayesian D-Optimal Designs,” Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 139, 425-440.

62.  [B]      Liu, G., Rosenberger, W. F., and Haines, L. M.  “Sequential Designs for Ordinal Phase I Clinical Trials,” Biometrical Journal, 51, 335-347.


2008

61.   [S]   Rosenberger,  W.  F.  and Sverdlov,  O. "Handling Covariates in the Design of Clinical Trials," Statistical Science, 23,  404-419.

60.   [S]   Zhang,  Y.  and Rosenberger,  W.  F.  "Sequential Monitoring of Conditional Randomization Tests: Generalized Biased Coin Designs," Sequential Analysis ,  27,  234-253.

2007


59.   [S]   Tymofyeyev, Y., Rosenberger, W. F., and Hu, F.  "Implementing Optimal Allocation in Sequential Binary Response Experiments," Journal of the American Statistical Association, 102, 224-234.

58.   [B]    Zhang, L. and Rosenberger, W. F.  "Response-Adaptive Randomization for Survival Trials,"  Journal of the Royal Statistical Society C, 53, 153-165.

57.   [B]    Zhang, Y., Rosenberger, W. F., and Smythe, R. T.  "Sequential Monitoring of Randomization Tests:  Stratified Randomization," Biometrics, 63, 865-872.

2006


56.  [S]   Hu, F., Rosenberger, W. F., and Zhang, L-X.  "Asymptotically Best Response-Adaptive Randomization Procedures," Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 136, 1911-1922.

55.  [B]    Zhang, L. and Rosenberger, W. F.  "Response-Adaptive Randomization for Clinical Trials With Continuous Outcomes," Biometrics, 62, 562-569.


54.   [B]    Liu, G., Rosenberger, W. F., and Haines, L. M.  "Sequential Designs for Logistic Phase I Clinical Trials,"  Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics, 16, 605-621


2005


53.  [S]    Zhang, Y. and Rosenberger, W. F.  "On Asymptotic Normality of the Randomization-Based Logrank Test,"  Journal of Nonparametric Statistics, 17, 833-839.


52.  [S]   Zhang, Y., and Rosenberger, W. F.  "On Linear Rank Tests for Truncated Binomial Randomization," Statistics and Probability Letters, 72, 83-92.


51.  [I]   Rosenberger, W. F.,  Canfield, G. C., Perevozakaya, I., Haines, L. M., and Hausner, P.  "Development of Interactive Software for Bayesian
Optimal Phase I Clinical Trial Design," Drug Information Journal, 39, 89-98.

2004  

50.  [B]    Paul, R. K. , Rosenberger, W. F., and Flournoy, N.  "Nonparametric Estimation of Multiple Quantiles Following Nonparametric Phase I Clinical Trial Designs," Statistics in Medicine , 23, 2483-2495.  

49.  [B]   Mugno, R., Zhu, W., and Rosenberger, W. F. "Adaptive Urn Designs for Estimating Several Percentiles of a Dose-Response Curve," Statistics in Medicine, 23, 2137-2150 .  

48.  [I]   Rosenberger, W. F. and Hu, F.  "Maximizing Power and Minimizing Treatment Failures in Clinical Trials," Clinical Trials, 1, 141-147 .  

47.  [RP]   Tymofyeyev, Y., Rosenberger, W. F., and Hu. F.   "Asymptotic Properties of Urn Designs for Three-Arm Clinical Trials, in mODa7 Advances in Model Oriented Design and Data Analysis, Heidelberg :  Physica-Verlag, pp. 159-166.  


2003  

46.   [S]    Hu, F. and Rosenberger, W. F.  "Optimality, Variability, Power:  Evaluating Response-Adaptive Randomization Procedures for Treatment Comparisons," Journal of the American Statistical Association, 98, 671-678 .  

45.   [S]    Rosenberger, W. F. and Rukhin, A. L.  "Bias Properties and Nonparametric Infererence for Truncated Binomial Randomization,"  Journal of Nonparametric Statistics, 15, 455-465. 

44.   [S]    Perevozskaya, I. , Rosenberger, W. F., and Haines, L. M.  "Optimal Design for the Proportional Odds Model," Canadian Journal of Statistics, 31, 1-11.  

43.   [B]    Haines, L. M., Perevozskaya, I. , and Rosenberger, W. F.  "Bayesian Optimal Design for Phase I Clinical Trials," Biometrics, 59, 591-600.  


2002  

42.   [S]    Bai, Z. D., Hu, F, Rosenberger, W. F.  "Asymptotic Properties of Adaptive Designs with Delayed Response," Annals of Statistics, 30, 122-139.  

41.   [S]    Rosenberger, W. F.  "Randomized Urn Models and Sequential Design," Sequential Analysis (with discussion), 21, 1-41.  

40.   [S]    Rosenberger, W. F. and Hu. M.  "On the Use of Generalized Linear Models Following a Sequential Design," Statistics and Probability Letters, 56, 155-161.  

39.   [B]   Rosenberger, W. F.  and Haines, L. M. "Competing Designs for Phase I Clinical Trials:  A Review," Statistics in Medicine, 21, 2757-2770.  

38.   [B]   Stallard, N., Rosenberger, W. F.  "Exact Group-Sequential Designs for Clinical Trials With Randomized Play-the-Winner Allocation," Statistics in Medicine, 21, 467-480.  


2001  

37.  [B]    Rosenberger, W. F., Stallard, N., Ivanova, A., Harper, C., and Ricks, M.  "Optimal Adaptive Designs for Binary Response Trials," Biometrics, 57, 909-913.  

36.  [B]    Rosenberger, W. F., Vidyashankar, A. N., Agarwal, D. K.  "Covariate-Adjusted Response-Adaptive Designs for Binary Response," Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics, 11, 227-236.  

35.  [I]     Ivanova, A. and Rosenberger, W. F.  "Adaptive Designs for Clinical Trials with Highly Successful Treatments," Drug Information Journal, 35, 1087-1093.  

34.  [RP] Rosenberger, W. F., Haines, L. M., Perevozskaya, I.  (2001).  "Constrained Bayesian Optimal Designs for Phase I Clinical Trials:  Continuous Dose Space," in Atkinson, A. C., Hackl, P., and Mueller, W. G. (eds.), mODa6 Advances in Model Oriented Design and Data Analysis, Heidelberg :  Physica-Verlag, pp.209-217.  

33.  [RP] Haines, L. M., Clarke, G. P. Y., Gouws, E., and Rosenberger, W. F.  (2001).  "Optimal Design for the Testing of Anti-Malarial Drugs," in Atkinson, A. C., Hackl, P., and Mueller, W. G. (eds.), mODa6 Advances in Model Oriented Design and Data Analysis, Heidelberg:  Physica-Verlag, pp. 119-126.  


2000  

32.   [S]    Hughes-Oliver, J. M. and Rosenberger, W. F.  "Efficient Estimation of the Prevalence of Multiple Rare Traits," Biometrika, 87, 315-327.  

31.   [S]    Hu, F., Rosenberger, W. F., and Zidek, J. V.  "Relevance Weighted Likelihood for Dependent Data," Metrika, 51, 223-243.  

30.   [S]    Ivanova, A. V., Rosenberger, W. F., Durham , S. D., and Flournoy, N.  "A Birth and Death Urn Model for Randomized Clinical Trials:  Asymptotic Methods," Sankhya B, 62, 104-118.  

29.   [B]    Hu, F., Rosenberger, W. F.  "Analysis of Time Trends in Adaptive Designs with Application to a Neurophysiology Experiment," Statistics in Medicine, 19, 2067-2075.  

28.   [B]    Ivanova, A. V. and Rosenberger, W. F.  "A Comparison of Urn Designs for Randomized Clinical Trials of  Treatments," Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics, 10, 93-107.  


1999  

27.  [S]    Rosenberger, W. F. and Hughes-Oliver, J. M.  "Inference From a Sequential Design:  Proof of a Conjecture by Ford and Silvey," Statistics and Probability Letters, 44, 177-180.  Acknowledgment of Priority published 2001.  


26.  [B]    Rosenberger, W. F. and Hu, F. "Bootstrap Methods for Adaptive Designs," Statistics in Medicine, 18, 1757-1767.  


25.  [B]    Coad, D. S. and Rosenberger, W. F. "A Comparison of the Randomised Play-the-Winner Rule and the Triangular Test for Clinical Trials With Binary Responses," Statistics in Medicine, 18, 761-769.  


24.  [I]    Rosenberger, W. F.  "Randomized Play-the-Winner Clinical Trials:  Review and Recommendations,"  Controlled Clinical Trials, 20, 328-342.  


23.  [I]    Palmer, C. R. and Rosenberger, W. F. "Ethics and Practice:  Alternative Designs for Phase III Randomized Clinical Trials," Controlled Clinical Trials, 20, 172-186.  


1998  

22.  [I]    Grill, S. E., Rosenberger, W. F., Boyle, K., Cannon, M., and Hallett, M. "Perception of Timing of Kinesthetic Stimuli," NeuroReport, 9, 4001-4005.  

21.  [RP]  Mats, V. A., Rosenberger, W. F., and Flournoy, N.  "Restricted Optimality for Phase I Clinical Trials," in Flournoy, N., Rosenberger, W. F., and Wong, W. K. (eds.), New Developments and Applications in Experimental Design, Hayward, CA:  Institute of Mathematical Statistics, pp. 50-61.  


1997  

20.   [S]    Rosenberger, W. F., Flournoy, N., and Durham , S. D.  "Asymptotic Normality of Maximum Likelihood Estimators from Multiparameter Response-Driven Designs,"  Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 60, 69-76.  

19.   [S]   Rosenberger, W. F., Sriram, T. N.  "Estimation for an Adaptive Allocation Design," Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 59, 309-319.  


18.   [S]   Matthews, P. C. and Rosenberger, W. F.  "Variance in Randomized Play-the-Winner  Clinical Trials," Statistics and Probability Letters, 35, 233-240.  

17.   [B]   Durham , S. D., Flournoy, N., and Rosenberger, W. F.  "A Random Walk Rule for Phase I Clinical Trials," Biometrics, 53, 745-760.  

16.   [B]   Rosenberger, W. F. and Grill, S. E.  "A Sequential Design for Psychophysical Experiments:  An Application to Estimating Timing of Sensory Events," Statistics in Medicine, 16, 2245-2260.  

15.  [B]   Rosenberger, W. F. and Seshaiyer, P.  (1997).  "Adaptive Survival Trials," Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics, 7, 617-624.  

14.  [I]    Flowers, J. L., Jacobs, J., Cho, E., Morton, A., Rosenberger, W. F., Evans, D., Imbembo, A. L., Bartlett, S. T.  "Comparison of Open and Laparoscopic Live Donor Nephrectomy," Annals of Surgery, 226, 483-490 (with discussion).  



1996
 

13.   [S]   Rosenberger, W. F.  "New Directions in Adaptive Designs," Statistical Science, 11, 137-149.  

12.   [I]    Rosenberger, W. F.  "Dealing With Multiplicities in Pharmacoepidemiologic Studies," Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety, 5, 95-100.  


1995  

11.  [S]    Flournoy, N., Durham , S. D., and Rosenberger, W. F.  "Toxicity in Sequential Dose-Response Experiments," Sequential Analysis, 14, 217-227.  

10.  [B]    Lan, K. K. G., Rosenberger, W. F., and Lachin, J. M.  "Sequential Monitoring of Survival Data With the Wilcoxon Statistic," Biometrics, 51, 1175-1183.  

9.    [B]    Rosenberger, W. F., Lachin, J. M., and Bain, R. P.  "Nonparametric Test of Stochastic Ordering for Multiple Longitudinal Measures," Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics, 5, 235-243.  

8.  [RP]    Smythe, R. T. and Rosenberger, W. F.  "Play-the-Winner Designs, Generalized Polya Urns, and Markov Branching Processes," in Flournoy, N. and Rosenberger, W. F. (eds.), Adaptive Designs, Hayward , CA :  Institute of Mathematical Statistics, pp. 13-22.  

7.  [RP]    Rosenberger, W. F.  "Adaptive Designs in Clinical Trials:  Some Issues With Emphasis on Asymptotic Inference," in Flournoy, N. and Rosenberger W. F. (eds.), Adaptive Designs, Hayward , CA :  Institute of Mathematical Statistics, pp. 1-12.


 
1993
 

6.   [S]    Rosenberger, W. F.  "Asymptotic Inference With Response-Adaptive Treatment Allocation Designs,"  The Annals of Statistics, 21, 2098-2107. 

5.   [B]    Lan, K. K. G., Rosenberger, W. F., and Lachin, J. M.  "Use of Spending Functions for Occasional or Continuous Monitoring of Data in Clinical Trials," Statistics in Medicine, 12, 2219-2231.  

4.   [I]   Rosenberger, W. F. and Lachin, J. M.  (1993).  "The Use of Response-Adaptive Designs in Clinical Trials," Controlled Clinical Trials, 14, 471-484.  


Pre-1993 (before doctorate)
 


3.   [B]    Baker, S. G., Rosenberger, W. F., and DerSimonian, R.  (1992).  "Closed-Form Estimates for Missing Counts in Two-Way Contingency Tables," Statistics in Medicine, 11, 643-657.  


2.   [I]   Patterson, B. H., Block, G., Rosenberger, W. F., Pee, D., and Kahle, L. L.  (1990).  "Fruits and Vegetables in the American Diet: Data from the NHANES II Survey," American Journal of Public Health, 80, 1443-1449.  

1.  [I]  Block, G., Rosenberger, W. F., and Patterson, B. H.  (1988).  "Calories, Fat, and Cholesterol:  Intake Patterns in the U. S. Population by Race, Sex, and Age," American Journal of Public Health, 78, 1150-1155.

 

  Last updated: June 2015