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Mulugeta Gebregziabher, Ph.D.

 (Syllabification: Mu-lu-ge-ta  geb-re-egg-Xavier)
Associate Professor of Biostatistics
Department of Public Health Sciences,
Medical University of South Carolina
135 Cannon St, Suite 303, Charleston, SC 29425
Phone: 843-876-1112;   Fax:   843-876-1126
Follow me at Research Gate     skype: mulugeta.gebz
e-mail: gebregz at musc dot edu
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CURRENT TEACHING                                                                        




- Missing data analysis, longitudinal data analysis, analysis of semi-continuous data and joint modeling of multiple outcomes   

- fMRI data analysis, mixture modeling or latent class analysis and zero-inflated count data from complex surveys.

Clinical or Application areas:

  • Health Services Research (Veterans Health, Cost analysis, Comorbidities )
  • Health Disparities Research (Diabetes, Heart Failure, CVD, Lung Cancer)
  • Statistics in Epidemiology (Design and analysis of cohort and case-control data)
  • Global health in HIV/TB, stroke in Africa 
  • Interprofessional research and education
Math Exp't  Mathematicians

Committee Membership
MUSC Faculty Senate
MUSC IP Advisory
DPHS Advanced Exam
DPHS Seminar
DPHS Curriculum



In the NEWS


Key Publications (from over 70)

  1. Gebregziabher M, Delia Voronca, Abeba Teklehaimanot, Elizabeth J. Santa Ana (2015). Weibull mixture regression for marginal inference in zero-heavy continuous outcomes. Stat Methds in Med Research (accepted March, 2015).
  2. Gebregziabher M, Zhao Y, Dismuke C, Axon N, Hunt K, Egede LE. Joint Modeling of longitudinal multiple source cost data using multivariate generalized linear mixed models. Health Services and Outcomes Research Methodology, 2012;  Doi: 10.1007/s10742-012-0103
  3. Egede LE, Gebregziabher M, Dismuke CE, Lynch P, Axon RN, Zhao Y, Mauldin PD. Medication Non-Adherence in Diabetes: Longitudinal Effects on Costs and Potential Cost-Savings from Improvement.  Diabetes Care, 2012 Aug 21 [Epub ahead of print], PMID:22912429
  4. Gebregziabher M, Gumarease P, Conti D and Cozen W (2010). A polytomous conditional likelihood approach for combining matched and unmatched case-control studies. Stat in Med 29:1004-13.
  5.  Gebregziabher M and DeSantis S (2010). Latent class based multiple imputation approach for missing categorical data. J. Statist. Plann. Inference (2010), doi:10.1016/j.jspi.2010.04.020
  6. Gebregziabher M and Hoel D. Applications of the poly-k statistical test to life-time cancer bioassay studies. J Hum and Eco Risk Assessment 2009, 15:858-875.
  7. Gebregziabher M and Langholz B (2009). A Semiparametric missing data induced method for missing covariate data in individually matched case-control studies. Biometrics. 2010 Sep;66(3):845-54.
  8.  Gebregziabher M, Egede LE, et al (2010) Effect of Trajectories of glycemic control on mortality in type 2 diabetes: A semiparametric joint modeling approach.  Am J Epidemiol. 2010 May 15;171(10):1090-8. Epub 2010 Apr 27
  9.  Lynch C, Gebregziabher M, Hunt KJ, Axon RN, Echols C, Gilbert GE, Egede LE. Differential Impact of longitudinal medication non-adherence on Mortality by Race/Ethnicity among Veterans with Diabetes. J Gen Intern Med. 2012 Sep 5. [Epub ahead of print] PMID:22948932)
  10. Tanner N, Egede L,  Clayton S, Gebregziabher M; Silvestri G. Attitudes & beliefs toward lung cancer screening among US Veterans, CHEST  144(6): 1783-7,2013.
  11. Owolabi MO, Akinyemi R, Gebregziabher M, Olaniyan L, Salako B, Arulogun O, Ovbiagele B. H3-Africa Consortium. Enabling the genomic revolution in Africa. Science 344, 1346-48, 2014. 
  12. Vaden KI Jr, Gebregziabher M, Kuchinsky SE, Eckert MA. Multiple imputation of missing fMRI data in whole brain analysis. Neuroimage. 2012 Apr 15;60(3):1843-55. Epub 2012 Feb 10. PMID 22500925

Past Courses
  • BMTRY789-03: Advanced Regression Methods 
  • BMTRY789-08: Cluster Analysis

World Of Statistics 2014