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Limin Peng  

Updated: 12/16/2014    [update]
Associate Professor (Graduate Faculty)

Associate Professor

Department of:
Biostatistics and Bioinformatics

Rollins School of Public Health
1518 Clifton Road NE

Atlanta, GA 30322
lpeng@sph.emory.edu
tel: (404) 727-7701
fax: (404) 727-1370

PhD, 2005, University of Wisconsin - Madison
 
Courses Taught:
BIOS 706: Logistic Regressn/Survival Anl
BIOS 710: Probability Theory II
 
Career Overview:

I joined the Biostatistics faculty at Emory in 2005, as the Rollins Assistant Professor. My methodological research has been mainly focused in the area of survival analysis. Specially, I have worked on semi/competing risks problems in various aspects. Recently I have been interested in methodology related to varying-effect survival models. My research effort in this direction is now partially supported by a NSFgrant.

 

I have also collaborated on several other biostatistical methodological grants in the areas of agreement study and the analysis of epidemiological reproductive and environmental data. My other collaborations include providing statistical support/consulting to medical investigators in the areas of epilepsy, diabetes and cancer, and researchers in health economics.

 

 
Selected Publications:
*Li, R. and
Peng, L
.
Quantile Regression Adjusting for Dependent Censor- ing from Semi-Competing Risks
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series B (Statistical Methodology)
, 77: 107-130, 2015.
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/rssb.12063/pdf
 
*Sun, X.,
Peng, L
., Huang, Y., and Lai, H-C
Generalizing Quantile Regression for Counting Processes with Applications to Recurrent Events
Journal of the American Statistical Association
, (accepted): 2015.
 
Peng, L
., Li, R., Guo, Y., and Manatunga, A.
A Framework for Assessing Broad Sense Agreement Between Ordinal and Continuous Measurements
Journal of the American Statistical Association
, 106: 1592--1601, 2011.
http://pubs.amstat.org/doi/pdfplus/10.1198/jasa.2011.tm10483
 
*Qian, J. and
Peng, L
.
Quantile regression with partially functional effects
Biometrika
, 97: 839-850, 2010.
 
*Li, R. and
Peng, L
.
Quantile regression for left-truncated semi-competing risks data
Biometrics
, 67: 701-710, 2010.
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1541-0420.2010....
 
Peng, L
. and Fine, J. P.
Competing risks quantile regression
Journal of the American Statistical Association
, 104: 1140-1453, 2009.
 
Peng, L
., Wuu, J., and Benatar, M.
Developing reference data for nerve conduction studies: An introduction of quantile regression
Muscle and Nerve
, 40: 763-771, 2009.
 
Peng, L
. and Ross, H
The impact of cigarette taxes taxes and advertising on the demand for cigarettes in Ukraine
Central European Journal of Public Health
, 17: 93-98, 2009.
 
Peng, L
. and Fine, J.P.
Nonparametric Tests for Continuous Covariate Effects with Multistate Survival Data
Biometrics
, 64: 1080-1089, 2008.
 
Peng, L
., Jiang, H., Chappell, R.J., and Fine, J.P.
An overview of the Semi-Competing Risks Problem
Statistical Advances in the Biomedical Sciences: Clinical Trials, Epidemiology, Survival Analysis, and Bioinfomatics
, Wiley: Chapter 11, 2008.
 
Peng, L
. and Huang, Y.
Survival analysis based on quantile regression
Journal of the American Statistical Association
, 103: 637-649, 2008.
 
Peng, L
. and Huang, Y.
Survival analysis with temporal covariate effects
Biometrika
, 94: 719-733, 2007.
 
Peng, L
. and Fine, J. P.
Nonparametric quantile inference with competing risks
Biometrika
, 94: 735-744, 2007.
 
Peng, L
. and Fine, J. P.
Regression modeling of semi-competing risks data
Biometrics
, 63: 96-108, 2007.
 
Peng, L
. and Fine, J. P.
Rank estimation of accelerated lifetime models with dependent censoring
Journal of the American Statistical Association
, 101: 1085-1093, 2006.
 
Peng, L
. and Fine, J. P.
Nonparametric estimation with left truncated semi-competing risks data
Biometrika
, 93: 367-383, 2006.
 
Zhao, L. and
Peng, L
.
Model selection under order restriction
Statistics and Probability Letters
, 57: 301-306, .
 
Zhao, L. and
Peng, L
.
Model selection for canonical correlation analysis
Acta Mathematicae Applicatae Sinica
, 17: 539-549, .
 
Curriculum Vitae
 
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