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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
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e-mail: gebregz at musc dot edu
Page: http://academicdepartments.musc.edu/dbe/MulugetaGebregziabher.htm
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My research interests are in the areas of missing data, longitudinal data analysis, fMRI data analysis, mixture modeling and interprofessional research. I am interested in methodology development for the analysis of longitudinal data from observational and experimental studies and joint modeling of multiple outcomes. I have interest in methods for missing data in both randomized trial and observational studies. I am currently interested in functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) data that are acquired from clinical application areas such as ornithology and epilepsy with emphasis on development of methods for missing fMRI data in whole brain analysis that leverage the spatial and temporal information in fMRI datasets. Other areas of research interest are:

  • Statistics in Epidemiology (Design and analysis of case-control studies)
  • Health Disparities Research, Diabetes, Multiple Myeloma, HIV/TB
  • Subgroup Discovery using Latent Class Methods
  • Global health in HIV/TB 
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  • BMTRY789-03: Advanced Regression Methods 
  • BMTRY789-08: Cluster Analysis

World Of Statistics 2014