2. Jaeil Ahn, Bhramar Mukherjee, Malay Ghosh and Stephen B. Gruber, Bayesian
semiparametric analysis of two-phase studies of gene-environment interaction.
The Annals of Applied Statistics, 7:543-69, 2013.
3. Tyler J. VanderWeele, Yi-An Ko and Bhramar Mukherjee, Effect of environmental
confounding on joint tests of genetic association.
American Journal of Epidemiology,178: 144-52, 2013.
4. Victoria M. Raymond, Bhramar Mukherjee, Fei Wang, Shu-Chen Huang, Elena
el, Fay Kastrinos, Sapna Syngal, Kathleen A. Cooney, Stephen B. Gruber, Risk of
Prostate Cancer Among Men with Lynch Syndrome. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 31:1713-8,
2013. Discussion paper with editorial commentary.
5. Toby C Lewis, Thomas G Robins, Graciela B Mentz, Xiaohui Zhang, Bhramar Mukher-
jee, Xihong Lin, J Timothy Dvonch, Gerald J Keeler , Fuyuen Y Yip, Marie S O'Neill, Edith
A Parker, Barbara A Israel, Paul T Max, Angela Reyes , Community Action Against Asthma
(CAAA) Steering Committee. Air pollution and respiratory symptoms among children with
asthma: vulnerability by measures of asthma severity and residence area, Science of the Total
Environment, 448: 48-55, 2013.
6. Zhichao Sun, Bhramar Mukherjee, Robert D. Brook, Geoffrey A. Gatts, Qinghua Sun, Sanjay Rajagopalan, Air-Pollution and Cardiometabolic
Diseases (AIRCMD): A Prospective Study Investigating the Impact of Air Pollution Exposure and Propensity for Type II Diabetes. Science of the Total Environment,
7. Paula I. Johnson, Heather M. Stapleton, Bhramar Mukherjee, Russ Hauser, John
D. Meeker, Associations between brominated
ame retardants in house dust and hormone levels in men. Science of the Total Environment, 445-46: 177-84, 2013.
8. John D. Meeker, David Cantonwine, Luis Rivera-Gonzalez, Kelly Ferguson, Bhramar
Mukherjee, Antonia Calafat, Xiaoyun Ye, Liza Anzalota Del Toro, Noe Crespo, Braulio
Jimenez-Veleza, Akram Alshawabkeh, Jose Cordero, Distribution, variability and predictors
of urinary concentrations of phenols and parabens among pregnant women in Puerto Rico.
Environmental Science and Technology, 47:3439-47, 2013.
9. Robert D. Brook, Robert L. Bard, Mariana J. Kaplan, Srilakshmi Yalavarthi, Masako
Morishita, J. Timothy Dvonch, Lu Wang, Hui-yu Yang, Catherine Spino, Bhramar Mukherjee,
Elif A. Oral, Qinghua Sun, Jeffrey R. Brook, Jack Harkema, and Sanjay Rajagopalan,
Effect of acute exposure to coarse particulate matter air pollution in a rural location on
circulating endothelial progenitor cells: results from a randomized controlled study. Inhalation Toxicology, 10:587-92, 2013.
10. Leon Raskin, Timothy M. Johnson, Douglas R. Fullen, Thomas J. Giordano, Michelle
Vinco, Donita Sanders, Jaeil Ahn, Bhramar Mukherjee, Stephen B. Gruber, Transcrip-
tome proling identies HMGA2 as a novel gene in melanoma progression and prognosis, The
Journal of Investigative Dermatology , 2013, E-pub ahead of print.
11. Shi Li, Stuart Batterman, Feng-Chiao Su and Bhramar Mukherjee, Addressing extrema and censoring in pollutant and exposure data using mixture of normal distributions.
12. Yi-An Ko, Paramita Saha Chaudhuri, Pantel S. Vokonas, Sung Kyun Park, Bhramar
Mukherjee, Likelihood ratio tests for detecting gene environment interaction in longitudinal
studies. Genetic Epidemiology.
13. Philip S. Boonstra, Bhramar Mukherjee and Jeremy MG Taylor, Bayesian shrinkage
methods for partially observed high-dimensional data. The Annals of Applied
14. Philip S. Boonstra, Irina Bondarenko, Sung Kyun Park, Pantel S.Vokonas and Bhramar
Mukherjee, Propensity score based graphical model diagnostics for categorical response regression models. Statistics in Medicine.
15. Shi Li, Bhramar Mukherjee, Stuart Batterman and Malay Ghosh, Bayesian analysis of time-series data under case-crossover designs:
posterior equivalence and inference. Biometrics.
16. Feng-Chiao Su, Bhramar Mukherjee, Stuart Batterman, Determinants of personal,indoor
and outdoor VOC concentrations: An analysis of the RIOPA data. Environmental Research.
17. Shannon R. Porenta, Yi An Ko, Stephen B. Gruber, Bhramar Mukherjee, Ana Baylin,
Jianwei Ren, and Zora Djuric, Interaction of Fatty Acid Genotype and Diet on Changes in
Colonic Fatty Acids in a Mediterranean Diet Intervention Study, Cancer Prevention Research.
18. David E. Cantonwine, Jos F. Cordero, Luis O. Rivera-Gonzlez, Liza V. Anzalota Del
Toro, Kelly K. Ferguson, Bhramar Mukherjee, Antonia M. Calafat, Noe Crespo, Braulio
Jimnez-Vlez, Ingrid Y. Padilla, Akram N. Alshawabkeh, John D. Meeker, Urinary phthalate
metabolite concentrations among pregnant women in Northern Puerto Rico: Distribution,
temporal variability, and predictors, Environment International.
19. Zhichao Sun, Yebin Tao, Shi Li, Kelly K. Ferguson, John D. Meeker, Sung Kyun Park,
Stuart A. Batterman, Bhramar Mukherjee. Statistical strategies for constructing health
risk models with multiple pollutants and their interactions: possible choices and comparison.
20. Liuliu Du, Stuart Batterman, Edith Parker, Thomas Robins, Toby Lewis, Bhramar Mukherjee, Erminia Ramirez, Zachary Rowe, Wilma Brakeeld-Caldwell, Use of Free-
standing Filters in an Asthma Intervention Study, Air Quality, Atmosphere and
21. Xiaoyi Zhao, Zhichao Sun, Yanping Ruan, Jianhua Yan, Bhramar Mukherjee,
Fumo Yang, Fengkui Duan, Lixian Sun, Ruijuan Liang, Hui Lian, Shuyang Zhang, Quan
rey R. Brook, Qinghua Sun, Robert D. Brook, Sanjay Rajagopalan,
Zhongjie Fan. Personal black carbon exposure influences blood pressure: the air pollution
and cardio-metabolic disease (AIRCMD-China) study, Hypertension.
22. James G. Wagner, Katryn Allen, Hui-Yu Yang, Bin Nan, Masako Morishita, Bhramar
Mukherjee, J. Timothy Dvonch, Catherine Spino, Gregory D. Fink, Sanjay Rajagoplan,
Qinghua Sun, Robert D. Brook, and Jack R. Harkema, Cardiovascular Depression Caused
by Exposures to Inhaled Particulate Matter and Ozone is Augmented in Rats Fed a High
Fructose Diet, Environmental Health Perspective.
23. Kathleen F. Bush1, Marie S. O'Neill1, Shi Li, Bhramar Mukherjee, Howard
Hu, Santu Ghosh, and Kalpana Balakrishnan, Associations between Extreme
Precipitation and Gastrointestinal-Related Hospital Admissions in Chennai, India.
Environmental Health Perspective.
1. Bhramar Mukherjee, John O. DeLancey, Leon Raskin, et al, Risk of Non-Melanoma
Cancers in CDKN2A Mutation Carriers, The Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 104:953-56, 2012.
2. Malay Ghosh, Jihyun Song, John Forster, Robin Mitra, and
Bhramar Mukherjee, On the equivalence of posterior inference based
on prospective and retrospective likelihoods. Statistics in Medicine, 31:2531-51, 2012.
3. Shi Li, Bhramar Mukherjee and Stuart Batterman, Point
source modeling of matched case-control data with multiple disease
sub-types. Statistics in Medicine, 31:3617-37, 2012.
4. Yoon-Hyeong Choi, Howard Hu, Bhramar Mukherjee, Josef Miller, Sung Kyun Park,
Environmental Cadmium and Lead Exposures and Hearing Loss in US Adults:
the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1999 to 2004.
Environmental Health Perspective, 1544-50, 2012.
5. Toby C. Lewis, Tiffany A. Henderson, Ashley R. Carpenter, Ixsy A. Ramirez, Christina
L. McHenry, Adam M. Goldsmith, Xiaodan Ren, Graciela B. Mentz, Bhramar Mukherjee, Thomas G. Robins, Terence A. Joiner, Layla S. Mohammad, Emily R. Nguyen, Mark
A. Burns, David T. Burke, Marc B. Hershenson, Nasal cytokine responses to natural colds in
asthmatic children, Clinical and Experimental Allergy, 42:1734-44, 2012.
6. Graciela Mentz, Amy Schulz, Bhramar Mukherjee, Trivellore E. Ragunathan, Denise
White-Perkins and Barbara Israel, Hypertension: Comparison of self-reported data on hypertension and measured blood pressure in a tri-ethnic community. BMC Health
Services Research, 12, 312, 2012.
7. Huang-Tz Ou, Bhramar Mukherjee, Steven R. Erickson, John D.
Piette, Richard P. Bagozzi, Rajesh Balkrishnan, Comparative Performance
of Comorbidity Indices in Predicting Healthcare related
Behaviours and Outcomes among Medicaid Enrollees with Type-2 Diabetes,
Population Health Management, 15:220-29, 2012.
8. Brisa Sanchez, Shan Kang and Bhramar Mukherjee, A
Latent variable approach to study of gene-environment interactions in
the presence of multiple correlated exposures, Biometrics, 68:466-76, 2012.
9. Zhiwei Zhang, Robert Lyles, Aiyi Lu and Bhramar Mukherjee, Logistic
regression analysis of biomarker data subject to pooling and
dichotomization, Statistics in Medicine, 31:2473-84, 2012.
10. Dhiman Bhadra, Michael J. Daniels, Sung Duk Kim, Malay Ghosh and
Bhramar Mukherjee, A Bayesian Semiparametric Approach for Incorporating
Longitudinal Information on Exposure History for Inference in
Case-Control Studies, Biometrics, 68:361-70, 2012.
11. Robert H. Lyles, Li Tang, Ji Lin, Zhiwei
Zhang and Bhramar Mukherjee, Likelihood-Based Methods for Regression
Analysis with Binary Exposure Status Assessed by Pooling. Statistics in
Medicine, 31:2485-97, 2012.
12. Jinbo Chen, Guolian Kang, Tyler J. VanderWeele, Cuilin Zhang,
Bhramar Mukherjee, Efficient Designs of Gene-Environment
Interaction Studies: Implications of Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium and
Gene-Environment Independence. Statistics in
Medicine, 31:2516-31, 2012.
13. Amanda R. Markovitz, Jason E. Goldstick, Karen Levy, William
Cevallo, Bhramar Mukherjee, James A. Trostle, Joseph N. S.
Eisenberg: Where science meets policy: Comparing longitudinal and
cross-sectional designs to address diarrheal disease burden in the
developing world, The International Journal
of Epidemiology, 41:504-13, 2012.
14. Stuart Batterman, Liuliu Du, Graciela Mentz, Bhramar
Mukherjee, Edith Parker, et al., Particulate matter
concentrations in residences with and without stand-alone filters
and air conditioners, Indoor Air, 22: 235-52, 2012.
15. Bhramar Mukherjee, Yi-An Ko, Tyler J. VanderWeele, Anindya
Roy, Sung Kyun Park, Jinbo Chen, Principal interactions analysis for
repeated measures data: Application to gene-gene, gene-environment
interaction. Statistics in Medicine, 31:2531-51, 2012.
16. Bhramar Mukherjee, Jaeil Ahn, Stephen B. Gruber and Nilanjan
Chatterrjee, Testing gene-environment interaction in large-scale
association studies: possible choices and comparisons. American Journal of
Epidemiology, 175:177-90, 2012.
R-codes for GWAS simulation.
17. Bhramar Mukherjee, Jaeil Ahn, Stephen B. Gruber and Nilanjan Chatterjee, Re-
joinder to \GE-Whiz! Ratcheting Gene-Environment studies up to the Whole Genome and
Whole Exposome by Thomas D.C. et al. The American Journal of Epidemiology, 175: 190,
1. Philip S. Boonstra, Bhramar Mukherjee, Jeremy M. G.
Taylor, Mef Nilbert, Victor M. Moreno, and Stephen B. Gruber,
Bayesian Modeling for Genetic Anticipation in Presence of Mutational
Heterogeneity: A Case-Study in Hereditary Non-polyposis Colorectal
Cancer. Biometrics,67:1627-37, 2011.
2. Ananya Roy, Howard Hu, David C. Bellinger, Bhramar
Mukherjee, Rama Modali, Khaja Nasaruddin, Joel Schwartz, Robert O.
Wright, Adrienne S. Ettinger, Kavitha Palaniapan, and Kalpana
Balakrishnan, Hemoglobin, Lead Exposure, and Intelligence Quotient:
Effect Modification by the DRD2 Taq IA Polymorphism,
Environmental Health Perspective, 119, 144-149, 2011.
3. Annette C. Rohr, Ali S. Kamal, Masako Morishita, Bhramar
Mukherjee, Gerald J. Keeler, Jack R. Harkema, and James G. Wagner,
Altered Heart Rate Variability in Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats is
Associated with Specific Particulate Matter Components in
Detroit, Michigan, Environmental Health Perspectives, 119:474-80, 2011.
4. Eduardo Vilar, Catherine M. Bartnik, Leon Raskin, Jaeil Ahn,
Victor Moreno, Bhramar Mukherjee, Gad Rennert and Stephen B.
Gruber, MRE11 deficiency increases sensitivity to poly(ADP-ribose)
polymerase inhibition in microsatellite instable colorectal cancers.
Cancer Research, 71:2632-42, 2011.
5. Bhramar Mukherjee, Gad Rennert, Jaeil Ahn, Sara Dishon,
Flavio Lejbkowicz, Hedy Rennert, Stacey Shirovitz, Victor Moreno,
Stephen B. Gruber, Risk of Colorectal and Endometrial Cancer in
Ashkenazi families with the MSH2 A636P founder mutation.
Gastroenterology, 140:1919-26, 2011.
6. Kavitha Palaniappan, Kalpana Balakrishnan, Lakshmi Krishnan,
Bhramar Mukherjee, Ananya Roy, Howard Hu, David C. Bellinger,
Lead Exposure and Visual-Motor Abilities in Children from Chennai,
India. Neurotoxicology, 32:465-70, 2011.
7. Ali S. Kamal, Annette Rohr, Bhramar Mukherjee, Masako Morishita, Gerald
J Keeler, Jack R Harkema and James G, Wagner, PM2.5 induced changes in
cardiac function of hypertensive
rats depend on wind direction and specific sources in Steubenville, Ohio.
Inhalation Toxicology, 23:417-30, 2011.
8. Shi Li, Huda Elasaad, Stuart Batterman, Robert Wahl, Elizabeth
Wasilevich, Bhramar Mukherjee, Asthma exacerbation and proximity of
residence to major roads: a population-based
matched case-control study among the pediatric Medicaid population in
Detroit, Michigan. Environmental Health, 10:34, 2011.
9. Shi Li, Stuart Batterman, Julie Wirth, Betsey Wasilevich, Robert Wahl,
Feng-Chiao Su, Bhramar Mukherjee, Comparison of Time-Series and
Case-Crossover Analyses With Threshold Effects: A Study of Ambient Air
Pollutants and Daily Asthma Emergency Department Visits Among the
Pediatric Medicaid Population in Detroit. Environmental Research, 111:1137-47,
10. Huang-Tz Ou, Bhramar Mukherjee, Steven R. Erickson, John D. Piette,
Richard P. Bagozzi, Rajesh Balkrishnan, Comparative Performance of
Comorbidity Indices in Discriminating Health related Behaviours and
Outcomes. Health Outcomes Research in Medicine, 2:e91-e104, 2011.
11. Yoon-Hyeong Choi, Howard Hu, Sang Woo Tak, Bhramar
Mukherjee, Sung Kyun Park, Occupational Noise Exposure Assessment
using O*NET and Its Application to a Study of Hearing Loss in the US
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 69:176-83, 2011.
12. Feng-Ciao Su, Bhramar Mukherjee, Stuart Batterman, Trends of VOC
Exposures among a Nationally Representative Sample: Analysis of the NHANES
1988 through 2004 Data Sets, Atmospheric Environment, 45, 4858-67, 2011.
13. Jaeil Ahn, Bhramar Mukherjee, Stephen B. Gruber and Samiran Sinha, Missing
Exposure Data in Stereotype Regression Model: Application to Matched Case-Control Study
with Disease Subclassication. Biometrics, 67:546-58, 2011.
14. Bhramar Mukherjee, Huang-Tz Ou, Fei Wang and Steven Erickson,
Development of a new co-morbidity index for health quality related
measures. The Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 64:309-19, 2011.
15. N. Jewel Samadder, Bhramar Mukherjee, Shu-Chen Huang,
Jaeil Ahn, Hedy Rennert, Joel Greenson, Gad Rennert and Stephen B. Gruber,
Risk of Colorectal Cancer in Self-Reported Inflammatory Bowel
Disease and Modification of Risk by Statin and NSAID Use. Cancer, 117:1640-48, 2011.
1. Malay Ghosh, Bhramar Mukherjee, Upasana Santra, and Dalho Kim,
Probability matching priors for correlation coefficient of a bivariate
normal distribution. The Journal of
Statistical Planning and Inference, 140, 1410-1416, 2010.
2. Malay Ghosh and Bhramar Mukherjee, Bayesian analysis of matched pair
data, (In Frontiers of Statistical Decision Making and Bayesian Analysis,
430-445, Co-Editors: Ming-Hui Chen, Dipak K. Dey, Peter Mueller, Dongchu Sun, and Keying Ye),
3. Bhramar Mukherjee, Jaeil Ahn, Stephen B. Gruber, Malay Ghosh and
Nilanjan Chatterjee, Bayesian Sample Size Determination for Case-Control
Studies of Gene-Environment Interaction, Biometrics, 66:934-48, 2010.
4. Jaeil Ahn, Bhramar Mukherjee, Stephen B. Gruber and Samiran Sinha,
Matched Case-Control Study with Disease Subclassification.
Biometrics, 66, 934-48, 2010.
5. Aimin Zhang, Sung Kyun Park, Robert O. Wright, Marc G. Weisskopf,
Bhramar Mukherjee, Huiling Nie, David Sparrow, Howard Hu, The HFE H63D
Polymorphism as a Modifier of the Impact of Cumulative Lead Exposure on
Pulse Pressure: the Normative Aging Study. Environmental
Health Perspectives, 118:1261-66, 2010.
6. Ester Borras, Marta Pineda, Ignacio Blanco, Ethan M Jewett, Fei
Wang, Alex Teule, Trinidad Caldes, Miguel Urioste, Carmen
Mart?nez-Bouzas, Joan Brunet, Judith Balmana, Asuncion Torres,
Teresa Ramon Cajal, Judit Sanz, Lucia Perez-Cabornero, Sergi
Castellvi-Bel, Sara Gonzalez, Victor Moreno, Stephen B. Gruber,
Bhramar Mukherjee, Noah A Rosenberg, Conxi Lazaro, Gabriel Capella,
Identification of the first MLH1 founder mutations in Spanish Lynch
syndrome families. Cancer Research, 70, 7379-91, 2010.
7. Sung Kyun Park, Sahar Elmarsafawy, Bhramar Mukherjee,
Avron Spiro, Pantel S. Vokonas, Huiling Nie, Marc Weisskopf, Joel
Schwartz, Howard Hu. Cumulative Lead Exposure and Age-related
Hearing Loss: The VA Normative Aging Study,
Hearing Research, 269:48-55, 2010.
8. Philip S. Boonstra, Stephen B. Gruber, Victoria Raymond, Shu-chen
Huang, Susanne Timshel, Mef Nilbert, Bhramar Mukherjee, A
review of statistical methods for testing genetic anticipation:
looking for an answer in Lynch syndrome. Genetic
Epidemiology, 34, 756-68, 2010.
1. Bhramar Mukherjee and Ivy Liu, A characterization of bias for fitting
generalized linear models under choice-based sampling. Journal of
100, 459-472, 2009.
2. Ivy Liu, Bhramar Mukherjee, Thomas Suesse, David Sparrow and Sung Kyun
Graphical model-checking methods for the proportional odds model.
Statistics in Medicine,
28, 412-429, 2009.
3. Li Zhang, Bhramar Mukherjee, Bo Hu, Victor Moreno and Kathy Cooney,
Bayesian modeling of random genetic effects in family based association
Statistics in Medicine, 28, 113-139, 2009.
4. Stephen B. Gruber and Bhramar Mukherjee. Genetic anticipation in Lynch
Still awaiting for the answer. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 27, 326-327,
5. Eduardo Vilar, Bhramar Mukherjee, Rork Kuick, Leon Raskin, David
MG. Taylor,Thomas J. Giordano, Samir M. Hanash, Eric R. Fearon, Gad
Stephen B. Gruber. Gene Expression Patterns in Mismatch Repair-Deficient
Highlight the Therapeutic Role of Inhibitors of the PI3K-AKT-mTOR pathway
Cancer Research., 15, 2829-39, 2009.
6. Sheng Luo, Bhramar Mukherjee, Jinbo Chen and Nilanjan Chatterjee,
estimation for robust and efficient screening of HWE in genomewide
association studies. Genetic
Epidemiology, 33, 740-750, 2009.
7. Jennifer D'?Souza, Chunrong Jia, Bhramar Mukherjee and Stuart
of VOC exposures: The Importance of Ethnicity, Housing and Personal
Atmospheric Environment, 43, 2884-2892, 2009.
8. Malay Ghosh, Bhramar Mukherjee and Upasana Santra, Probability
matching priors for ratio of variances of the bivariate normal
distribution, The International Journal of Statistical
Sciences, 9, 255-271, 2009.
9. Stuart Batterman, Joseph Eisenberg, Rebecca Hardin, Margaret Kruk,
Lemos, Anna Michalak, Bhramar Mukherjee, Elisha Renne , Howard Stein,
Watkins, Mark Wilson. Sustainable Control of Water-Related Infectious
Diseases: A Review
and Proposal for Interdisciplinary Health-Based Systems Research.
Perspectives, 117, 1023-32, 2009 .
10. Jaeil Ahn, Bhramar Mukherjee, Mousumi Banerjee and Kathleen A. Cooney,
inference for the stereotype regression model: Application to a
case-control study of prostate
cancer, Statistics in Medicine, 28, 3139-3157, 2009.
zipped C-code for Unmatched Model.
zipped C-code for Unordered Model.
11. Elena Stoffel, Bhramar Mukherjee, Victoria M. Raymond, Nabihah Tayob,
Kastrinos, Jennifer Sparr, Fei Wang, Prathap Bandipalliam, Sapna Syngal,
Stephen B. Gruber,
Risk of Colorectal and Endometrial Cancer in Lynch Syndrome.
12. Sung Kyun Park, Bhramar Mukherjee, Xi Xia, David Sparrow, Mark
Huiling Nie, Howard Hu. Bone Lead Level Prediction Models and Their
Application to Examine
the Relationship of Lead Exposure and Hypertension in the Third National
and Nutrition Examination Survey, Journal of Occupational and
13. Fay Kastrinos, Bhramar Mukherjee, Nabihah Tayob, Jennifer Sparr,
Victoria M. Raymond, Fei Wang, Prathap Bandipalliam, Elena M. Stoffel,
Stephen B. Gruber, Sapna
Syngal, The Risk of Pancreatic Cancer in Lynch Syndrome, Journal of the
American Medical Association, 302, No 16, 1790-1795, 2009.
1. Robert M. Dorazio, Bhramar Mukherjee, Li Zhang, Malay Ghosh, Howard
and Frank Jordan, Modeling Unobserved Sources of Heterogeneity in Animal
a Dirichlet Process Prior, Biometrics, 64, 635-644. 2008.
2. Li Zhang, Bhramar Mukherjee, Malay Ghosh, Stephen Gruber and Victor
Misclassification of exposures in case-control studies of gene-environment
in Medicine, 27, 2756-2783, 2008.
3. Bhramar Mukherjee and Nilanjan Chatterjee, Exploiting gene-environment
for analysis of case-control studies: An empirical-Bayes type shrinkage
trade off between bias and efficiency. Biometrics, 64, 685-694, 2008.
4. Alba Aguado, Elisabet Guino, Bhramar Mukherjee, Antoni Sicras, Josep
Mateo Acedo, Juan J Ferro and Victor Moreno Variability in prescription
explained by adjusted clinical groups (ACG) case-mix. A cross-sectional
study of patient
electronic records in primary care. BMC Health Services Research, 8:53,
5. Nilanjan Chatterjee and Bhramar Mukherjee, Statistical approaches to
gene-gene and gene-environment Interactions. Molecular Epidemiology in
Editors Rebbeck, Ambrosone and Shields, Informa Healthcare, 2008.
6. Ivy Liu and Bhramar Mukherjee, The Proportional Odds Model, Wiley
for clinical trials., 1-8, 2008.
7. Bhramar Mukherjee, Jaeil Ahn, Gad Rennert, Stephen B. Gruber, Victor
and Nilanjan Chatterjee, Testing gene-environment interaction from
case-control data: A
novel study of Type-1 error, power and designs. Genetic Epidemiology, 32,
Excel spreadsheet 2*4 table.
R-codes for simulating power.
8. Samiran Sinha, Stephen B. Gruber, Bhramar Mukherjee and Gad Rennert,
on haplotype effects in matched case-control studies using unphased
International Journal of Biostatistics, 4, No. 1, Article 6, 2008.
9. Bhramar Mukherjee, Jaeil Ahn, Ivy Liu, Paul Rathouz and Brisa Sanchez,
of nuisance parameters in a stratified proportional odds model by
conditional likelihoods. Statistics in Medicine, 27, 4950-4971, 2008.
10. Alexandros D. Polydorides, Bhramar Mukherjee, Stephen B. Gruber,
Barbara J.McKenna, Henry D. Appelman, and Joel K. Greenson. Adenoma-Infiltrating
(AILs) Are a Potential Marker of Hereditary Non-Polyposis Colorectal
Journal of Surgical Pathology, 32, 1661-1666, 2008.
11. Brad J. Lampe, Sung Kyun Park, Thomas Robins, Bhramar Mukherjee,
Litonjua, C. Amarasiriwardena, David Sparrow, Howard Hu, Association
Urinary Cadmium and Pulmonary Function: The VA Normative Aging Study.
Health Perspective, 116, 1226-1230, 2008.
1.Bhramar Mukherjee, Li Zhang, Malay Ghosh and Samiran Sinha, Bayesian
analysis of case-control data under conditional gene-environment
Biometrics, 63, No 3, 834-844., 2007.
2. Bhramar Mukherjee, Ivy Liu and Samiran Sinha, Analysis of Matched
data with ordinal disease states: possible choices and comparisons,
Statistics in Medicine,
26, No 17, 3240?257, 2007.
3. Samiran Sinha, Bhramar Mukherjee and Malay Ghosh, Modeling association
among multivariate exposures in a matched case-control study. Sankhya, 64,
No 3, pp 379-404, 2007.
1. Malay Ghosh, Li Zhang and Bhramar Mukherjee, Equivalence of posteriors
Bayesian analysis of the multinomial-Poisson transform Metron, Volume 64,
No. 1, pp 19-28,
2. Samiran Sinha and Bhramar Mukherjee, A score test for determining
for a matched case-control study with categorical exposure, Biometrical
Journal, Volume 48,
No. 1, 35-53, 2006.
3. Bhramar Mukherjee, A note on sampling designs for random processes
quadratic mean derivative. Australian and New Zealand Journal of
Statistics, Vol 48, Number
3, 305-319, 2006.
4. Yashowanto N. Ghosh and Bhramar Mukherjee, On properties of
and quantiles.Statistics and Probability Letters, Vol 76, Number 16,
5. Malay Ghosh and Bhramar Mukherjee, Data adaptive sequential design for
studies. Statistica Sinica, Vol 16, Number 3, 697-719, 2006.
6. Li Zhang, Bhramar Mukherjee, Malay Ghosh and Rongling Wu, Accounting
population substructure in case-control studies of disease-gene
association: A Bayesian approach,
Statistical Modeling, Volume 6, Number 4, 352-372, 2006.
7. Andr?e Khuri, Bhramar Mukherjee, Bikas Sinha and Malay Ghosh, Design
issues for generalized linear models. Statistical Science, Vol 21, No 3,
1. Samiran Sinha, Bhramar Mukherjee, Malay Ghosh, Bani K. Mallick and
J. Carroll, Bayesian semiparametric analysis of matched case-control
studies with missing
exposure. Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol 100, No.
470, pp 591-601,
2. Malay Ghosh and Bhramar Mukherjee, Non-parametric sequential Bayes
the distribution function. Sequential Analysis, Vol 24, No. 4, 389-409,
3. Bhramar Mukherjee, Samiran Sinha and Malay Ghosh, Bayesian Analysis for
studies. In Handbook of Statistics, Vol 25, Bayesian Thinking: Modeling
Eds Dey, D. and Rao, C. R., 793-819, 2005.
1. Samiran Sinha, Bhramar Mukherjee and Malay Ghosh, Bayesian analysis of
matched case-control studies with multiple disease states. Biometrics, Vol
60, No. 1, pp 41-49, 2004.
1. Bhramar Mukherjee, Exactly optimal sampling designs for processes with
covariance structure, The Canadian Journal of Statistics, Vol 31, No.1, pp
2. Mausumi Bose and Bhramar Mukherjee, Cross-over designs under a general
Statistics and Probability Letters, Volume 62, No. 4, pp 413-418, 2003.
3. Bhramar Mukherjee, On sampling designs for estimating the integral of a
process, Communications in Statistics, Theory and Methods, Vol 32, No. 8,
1.Mausumi Bose and Bhramar Mukherjee, Cross-over design in the presence
of higher order carry-overs, Australian and New Zealand Journal of
Statistics, Vol 42, No. 2, pp 235-244, 2000.