Dr. Joanna Shih

Office Address:
Room 8132
6130 Executive Plaza
Rockville, MD 20852

Contact Information:
Tel: (301) 443-1697
Fax: (301) 402-0560

Research Interests
Gene expression data analysis, survival analysis, familial association analysis, and diagnositc error.

Selected Publications 
As of June 11, 2003

Shih, J.H. (1998). A goodness of fit test for association in a bivariate survival model. Biometrika 85, 189-200.

Fay, M.P., Shih, J.H. (1998). Permutation tests using estimated distribution functions. Journal of the American Statistical Association 93, 387-396.

Shih, J.H. (1998). Modeling multivariate discrete failure time data. Biometrics 54, 330-343.

Shih, J.H. and Fay, M.P. (1999). A class of permutation tests for stratified survival data. Biometrics 55, 1156-1161.

Shih, J.H. and Albert, P.S. (1999). Latent model for correlated binary data with diagnostic error. Biometrics 55, 1232-1235.

Mohiddin, S.A., Begley, D., Shih, J.H., Fananapazir, L. (2000). Myocardial bridging does not predict sudden death in children with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy but is associated with more severe cardiac disease. Journal of American College of Cardiology 36, 2270-2278,

Chatterjee, N. Shih, J.H., Hartge, P. Brody, L., Tucker, M., Wacholder, S. (2000). Association and aggregation analysis using kin-cohort designs with applications to genotype and family history data from the Washington Ashkenazi Study. Genetic Epidemiology, 21, 123-138.

Albert, P.S., McShane, L., Shih, J.H. (2001) and the U.S. National Cancer Institute Bladder Tumor Marker Network. Latent modeling approaches for assessing diagnostic error in P53 immunohistochemical assays in bladder cancer without a gold standard. Biometrics 57, 610-619.

Proschan, M.A., McMahon, R.P., Shih, J.H., Hunsberger, S.A., Geller, N.L., Wittes, J., Knatterud, G. (2001). Statistical properties of the Wittes, Lakatos, and Probstfield imputation method in clinical trials. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 96, 155-165.

Chatterjee, N., Shih, J.H. (2001). A bivariate mixture model for modeling familial association in diseases. Biometrics 57, 779-786.

Simons-Morton DG, Morgan T, Haskell W, King A, Applegate W, Blair S, Albright C, Cohen S, Ribisl P, O’Toole M, Shih J. (2001). Effects of physical activity counseling in primary care – The activity counseling trial: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of American Medical Association, 286, 677-687.

Shih, J.H. and Chatterjee, N. (2002). Survival analysis of family data from case control studies. Biometrics 58, 502-509.

Shih, J.H. (2002). An Introduction to survival analysis. Principles and practice of clinical research, Gallin, J.I. (editor), 259-266.

Dobbin, K., Shih, J.H. and Simon, R. (2003). Statistical design of reverse dye microarrays. Bioinformatics 19, 803:810.

Vasselli, J., Shih, J.H., Iyengar, S.R., Maranchie, J., Riss, J., Worrell, R., Torres-Cabala, C., Tabios,R., Mariotti, A., Stearman, R., Merino, R., Walther, M.W., Simon, R., Klausner, R., Linehan, W.M. (2003). Predicting survival in patients with metastatic kidney cancer by gene expression profiling in the primary tumor. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences, In press.

Dobbin, K., Shih, J.H. and Simon, R. (2003) Questions and answers on design of dual-label microarrays for identifying differentially expressed genes. Journal of the National Cancer Institute, in press.

Shih, J.H. and Fay, M.P. (2003). A class of permutation tests for some two-sample survival data problems. Contemporary biostatistical issues in clinical trials, Geller, N. (editor), in press.

Albert, P.S. and Shih, J.H. (2003) Modeling tumor growth with random onset. Biometrics, in press.

Su, H., Hu, N., Shih, J.H., Hu, Y., Wang, O., Chuang, E.Y., Roth, M.J., Wang, C., Goldstein, A.M., Ding, T., Dawsey, S.M., Giffen, C., Emmert-Buck, M.R., Taylor, P.R. (2003). Gene expression in esophagea squamous cell carcinoma reveals highly consistent molecular profiles and is related to a family history of upper gastrointestinal cancer. Cancer Research, in press.

Chatterjee, N. and Shih, J.H. (2003) On use of bivariate survival models with cure fraction. Biometrics, in press.

McShance, L.M., Shih, J.H. and Michalowska, A.M. (2003) Statistical issues in the design and analysis of microarray studies in animal models. Journal of Mammary Gland Biology and Neoplasia, in press.


Please send comments and suggestions to brb@linus.nci.nih.gov

last updated: June 11, 2003