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Torben Martinussen

Torben Martinussen

Professor

Education

  • Ph. D. in Biostatistics, University of Copenhagen (1998).
  • M. Sc. in Statistics, University of Copenhagen (1992). 

Positions

  • 2010-present. Professor in Biostatistics. University of Copenhagen.
  • 2008- 2010. Professor in Biostatistics. University of Southern Denmark.
  • 1999-2008. Associate professor in statistics, The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Denmark. 
  • 1997-1999. Assinstant professor in statistics, The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Denmark. 

Editorial

  • Associate editor Biometrika, 2008-2012
  • Associate editor Biometrics, 2016-
  • Associate editor Scandinavian Journal of Statistics, 2003-2008 

Publications

Books 

  • Martinussen, T. and Scheike, T. H. (2006). Dynamic regression models for survival data. Springer-Verlag.
  • Martinussen, T., Skovgaard, I. and Sørensen, H. (2011). A first guide to statistical computations in R. Biofolia. 

Papers

More than 100 published papers in international journals. Some selected publications: 

  1. Martinussen, T. and Scheike, T.H. (2000). A Non-Parametric Additive Regression Model for Longitudinal Data. Annals of Statistics, 28, 1000-1025. 

  2. Martinussen, T. and Scheike, T.H. and Skovgaard, I. M. (2002). Efficient estimation of fixed and time-varying covariate effects in multiplicative intensity models. Scandinavian Journal of Statistics, 29, 58-74. 

  3. Martinussen, T. and Scheike, T.H. (2002). A flexible additive multiplicative hazard model. Biometrika, 89, 283-298. 

  4. Martinussen, T. and Scheike, T.H. (2002). Efficient estimation in additive hazards regression with current status data. 

    Biometrika, 89, 649-658. 

  5. Martinussen, T. and Scheike T. H. (2007). Aalen additive hazards change-point model. Biometrika, 94, 861-872. 

  6. Martinussen, T. and Scheike, T. H. (2009). The Aalen additive hazards model with high-dimensional regressors. Lifetime Data Analysis, 15, 330-342. 

  7. Strøm T, Martinussen T, and Toft P. (2010). A no sedation protocol to critically ill patients receiving mechanical ventilation. A randomized prospective trial. The Lancet, Vol. 375, p. 475-480 

  8. Martinussen T, Scheike T H and Zucker D M. (2011). The Aalen additive gamma frailty hazards model. Biometrika, 98: 831-843. 

  9. Martinussen T, Vansteelandt S, Gerster M and Hjelmborg J. (2011). Estimation of direct effects for survival data using the Aalen additive hazards model. J. Roy. Statist. Soc. B. Vol. 73, p. 773-788. 

  10. Martinussen, Torben; Vansteelandt, Stijn (2013). On collapsibility and confounding bias in Cox and Aalen regression models Lifetime Data Analysis Vol. 19 Issue: 3 Pages: 279-296 

  11. Vansteelandt, S., Martinussen, T. and Tchetgen, E. T. (2014). On adjustment for auxiliary covariates in additive hazard models for the analysis of randomized experiments. pp. 237-244 Biometrika. 

  12. Tchetgen, E. T., Walter, S., Vansteelandt, S., Martinussen, T., and Glymour, M. (2015). Instrumental variable estima- tion in a survival context. Epidemiology Vol. 26 Issue: 3 Pages: 402-410 

     

 

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