**Selected Publications **

*As of Jan 5, 2009*** **** **

Albert, P.S., McFarland, H.F., Smith, M.E., and Frank, J.A.
Time series for counts from a relapsing-remitting disease: application
to modeling the disease course in multiple sclerosis. *Statistics in
Medicine *13: 453-466, 1994.

Albert, P.S. A Markov model for sequences of ordinal data
from a relapsing-remitting disease. *Biometrics *50, 51-60,
1994.

Albert, P.S. and McShane, L.M. A generalized estimating
equations approach for spatially correlated binary data: with an
application to the analysis of neuroimaging data. *Biometrics*
51: 627-638, 1995.

McShane, L.M., Albert, P.S., and Palmatier, M. A latent
processes regression for spatially correlated counts. *Biometrics*
53: 1116-1124, 1997.

Albert, P.S., Follmann, D.A., and Barnhart, H.X. A
generalized estimating equation approach for modeling random-length
binary vector data. *Biometrics *53: 1116-1124, 1997.

Albert, P.S., Hunsberger, S.A., and Biro, F. Modeling
repeated measures with monotonic ordinal response and misclassification
error, with applications to studying maturation. *Journal of the
American Statistical Association 92: 1304-1312, 1997.*

Albert, P.S. and Waclawiw, M.A. A two state Markov chain for
heterogeneous transitional data: a quasi-likelihood approach. *Statistics
in Medicine* 17: 1481-1493, 1998.

Follmann, D.A. and Albert, P.S. Bayesian monitoring of event
rates with censored data. *Biometrics 55, 603-607, 1999.*

Albert, P.S. A mover-stayer model for longitudinal marker
data. *Biometrics 55, 1252-1257, 1999.*

Shih, J.H. and Albert P.S. A latent model for correlated
binary data with diagnostic error. *Biometrics 55, 1232-1235, 1999.*

Follmann, D.A., Hunsberger, S.A., and Albert, P.S. Repeated
probit regression when covariates are measured with error. *Biometrics
55, 603-607, 1999.*

Albert, P.S. Tutorial in Biostatistcs: Longitudinal data
analysis (repeated measures) in clinical trials. *Statistics
in Medicine18, 1707-1732, 1999.*

Albert, P.S. A transitional model for longitudinal
binary data subject to nonignorable missing data. *Biometrics 56,
602-608, 2000.*

Albert, P.S. and Follmann, D.A. Modeling longitudinal count
data subject to informative dropout. *Biometrics* 56,
667-677,2000

Wu, M.C., Albert, P.S., and Wu, B.U. Adjusting for dropout
in clinical trials with repeated measures: design and analysis issues.*
Statistics in Medicine *20, 93-108, 2001*.*

Albert, P.S., McShane, L.M., Shih, J.H. and the U.S.
National Cancer Institute (NCI) Bladder Tumor Marker Network. Latent
class modeling approaches for assessing diagnostic error without a gold
standard: with applications to p53 immunohistochemical assays in
bladder tumors. *Biometrics *57, 610-619,2001.

Albert, P.S., Ratnasinghe, D., Tangrea, J., and Wacholder,
S. Limitations of the case-only design for identifying
gene-environment interactions. *The American Journal of Epidemiology
154, 687-693,2001.*

Hunsberger, S., Albert, P.S., Follmann, D.A., and Suh, E.
Parametric and semiparametric approaches to testing for seasonal trend
in serial count data. *Biostatistics 3, 289-298, 2002.*

Albert, P.S., Follmann, D.A., Wang, S.A., and Suh, E.B. A
latent autoregressive model for longitudinal binary data subject to
nonignorable missingness. *Biometrics 58, 631-642, 2002.*

Albert, P.S., McShane, L.M., and Korn, E.L. The design of a
binary biomarker study from the results of a pilot reproducibility
study. *Biometrics* 58, 576-585, 2002.

Wu, M., Borkowf, C, and Albert, P.S. The analysis of
longitudinal quality of life data with informative dropout. *Statistical
Design, Measurement and Analysis of Health Related Quality of Life. *Edited
by Mounir Mesbah, Bernard Cole, and Mei-ling Ting Lee. Kluwer Academic
Publishers, 2002.

Albert, P.S. and Borkowf, C. An introduction to
biostatistics: randomization, hypothesis testing, and sample
size. *Principles and Practice of Clinical Research. *Edited
by John Gallin. Academic Research, 2002.

Albert, P.S. and Follmann, D.A. A random effects transition
model for binary longitudinal data with informative missingness.
Invited paper in a special volume: Incomplete Data: imputation and
model based approaches. *Statistica Neerlandica *57,
100-111, 2003*.*

Borkowf, C.B., Albert, P.S., and Abnet, C.C. Using lowess to
remove systematic trends in predictor variables before logistic
regression with quantile-categories. *Statistics in Medicine
22,1477-1494, 2003.*

Albert, P.S and Shih,
J.H. Modeling tumor growth with random onset. *Biometrics *59,
897-906, 2003.

Albert, P.S. and Wu, M.C. Longitudinal data analysis with
missingness. *Contemporary Issues in Clinical Trials. *Editor:
Nancy Geller. Marcel Decker, 2004.

Albert, P.S. and Dodd, L. A cautionary note on the
robustness of latent class models for estimating diagnostic error
without a gold standard. *Biometrics 60, 427-435, 2004.*

Albert, P.S., Hunsberger, S.A., Hu, N., and Taylor, P.
Identifying multiple change points in heterogeneous binary data with an
application to molecular genetics. *Biostatistics 5, 515-529, 2004.*

Albert, P.S. Longitudinal data analysis (repeated measures)
in clinical trials. *Tutorials in Biostatistics: Volume I*.
Editor: R.B. D'Agostino. Wiley Press, 2004.

Albert, P.S. Missclassification Models. *Encylopedia of
Biostatistics, 2nd Edition. *Editors: Peter Armitage and Theodore
Colton, Wiley Press, 2005.

Korn, E.L., Albert, P.S.,
and McShane, L.M. Assessing surrogates as trial endpoints using mixed
models. *Statistics in Medicine* 24, 163-182.

Albert, P.S. and Shen J. Modeling longitudinal semi-continuous emesis
volume data with serial correlation in an acupuncture clinical trial.

*Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series C:
Applied Statistics *54, 707-720, 2005*.*

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*Albert, P.S. On the interpretation of marginal inference
with a mixture model for clustered semi-continuous data. *Biometrics
*61, 879-880, 2005.

Albert, P.S. and Hunsberger, S. On analyzing circadian rhythm data
using non-linear mixed models with harmonic terms. *Biometrics*
61, 1115-120, 2005.

Borkowf, C.B. and Albert, P.S. Efficient estimation of risk of a
disease by quantile-categories of a predictor variable using
generalized additive models. *Statistics in Medicine* 24,
623-645, 2005.

Albert, P.S. and Follmann, D.A. Random effects and latent process
approaches for longitudinal binary data with missingness: With an
application to the analysis of opiate clinical trial data. *Statistical
Methods in Medical Research *18, 417-439, 2007*.*

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*Johnson, L.L., Borkowf, C, Albert, P.S.. An
introduction to biostatistics: randomization, hypothesis testing, and
sample size. *Principles and Practice of Clinical Research,
2nd Edition . *Edited by John Gallin. Academic Research, 2007

Albert, P.S. Imputation approaches for estimating diagnostic accuracy
for multiple tests from partial verified designs. *Biometrics*
63, 947-957, 2007.

Albert, P.S. Random effects modeling approaches for estimating ROC
curves from repeated ordinal tests without a gold standard. *Biometrics*
63, 593-602, 2007.

Albert, P.S. and Dodd, L.E. On estimating diagnostic accuracy from studies with multiple raters and partial gold standard evaluation. *Journal of the American Statistical Association* 103, 61-73, 2008.

Albert, P.S. Modeling longitudinal biomarker data with multiple assays which have known detection limits. *Biometrics* 64, 527-537, 2008.

Albert, P.S. Estimating diagnostic accuracy of multiple binary tests with an imperfect reference standard. *Statistics in Medicine* Online Early DOI: 10.1002/sim.3514, 2008.

Albert, P.S. and Follmann, D.A. Shared random parameter models. In Longitudinal Data Analysis: A Handbook of Modern Statistical Methods. Edited by Garret Fitzmaurice, Marie Davidian, Geert Verbeke, and Geert Molenberghs. Chapman and Hall Press, 433-452, 2008.

Ghosh, P. and Albert, P.S. A Bayesian analysis for longitudinal semi-continuous data with an application to an acupuncture clinical trial. *Computational Statistics and Data Analysis* 53, 699-706, 2009.

Hunsberger, S., Albert, P.S., and London, W.B. A finite mixture survival model to characterize risk groups of neuroblastoma. In Press at *Statistics in Medicine*.

Albert, P.S. The analysis of categorical data in medical studies. In Medical Uses of Statistics, 3rd Edition. Editors: Bailar and Hoaglin, New England Journal of Medicine Press.