Scope of the journal

Journal of Medical Statistics and Informatics  aims to disseminate the advances of statistical applications, quantitative methods and bio-informatics to solve the problems in clinical and medical research. The Journal enhances essential communication of statistical theories, methodologies and biomedical informatics among clinicians, medical statisticians, View More...
Original ResearchOpen Access

The Multiple Sclerosis Stress Equation

Benjamin Solomon, Peter Boruta, Dagmar Horvath, John MacKellar
Journal of Medical Statistics and Informatics 11 : 1

Original ResearchOpen Access

Combining dependent p-values resulting from multiple effect size homogeneity tests in meta-analysis for binary outcomes

Osama Almalik
Journal of Medical Statistics and Informatics 10 : 1

Original ResearchOpen Access

Bayesian MLIRT-based joint models for multivariate longitudinal and survival data with multiple features

Yangxin Huang, Jiaqing Chen, Lan Xu, Hanze Zhang, Yuanyuan Lu
Journal of Medical Statistics and Informatics 9 : 4

Original ResearchOpen Access

Which is More Accurate in Measuring the Blood Pressure? Comparison of An manual Aneroid Sphygmomanometer, manual mercury or Digital Automated in Hypertension

Abdulbari Bener, Baris Sandal, Cem Cahit Barisik, Ali Toprak
Journal of Medical Statistics and Informatics 9 : 3

MethodologyOpen Access

Joint Modeling Analysis of Multivariate Skewed-longitudinal and Time-to-event Data with Application to Primary Biliary Cirrhosis Study

Lan Xu, Yangxin Huang, Henian Chen, Alfred Mbah, Feng Cheng
Journal of Medical Statistics and Informatics 9 : 2

Case reportOpen Access

Comparison of p-value results between one versus two sample t testing: A case study

John Hart
Journal of Medical Statistics and Informatics 9 : 1

Original ResearchOpen Access

Empirical Size and Power of a Hybrid Statistic for Matched and Unmatched Designs in Interim Analysis of Clinical Trials: A Simulation Study

Yunfei Wang, Dejian Lai
Journal of Medical Statistics and Informatics 8 : 5

Original ResearchOpen Access

Weather-inspired ensemble-based probabilistic prediction of COVID-19

Roberto Buizza
Journal of Medical Statistics and Informatics 8 : 4

MethodologyOpen Access

Generalizability Theory:Demonstrating the Process and its Utility with EEG Measurements

Adrienne Kline, Theresa Kline, Daniel Pittman, Bradley Goodyear, Janet Ronsky
Journal of Medical Statistics and Informatics 8 : 3

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Dr. Jimmy Efird
Chairperson, Medical Statistics Programme, University of Newcastle, Australia. Additionally, he holds an appointment as Chief Statistician in the Center for Health Disparities Research and Leader of Shared Resources. Dr. Efird's research interests include cardiovascular disease, stroke, brain tumors, and Parkinson's disease.

Dr. Max K. Bulsara
Professor of Biostatistics, University of Notre Dame Australia, Fremantle. His research area interest includes Biostatistical methods in Epidemiology and longitudinal data analysis. His main research focus over the last few years has been in Breast Cancer, Diabetes and Health Services Research. He is a visiting professor at University College London and University of Western Australia.

Senior Editors

Dr. Abdulbari Bener
is the professor at Weill Cornell Medical College, Qatar. He is advisor to World Health Organization. His research interests includes Data management and analysis on mainframe computers, statistical computer packages, application of multivariate statistical techniques etc.

Dr. Henian Chen
is an Associate Professor of Biostatistics in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the College of Public Health, and the Director of the Biostatistics Core at the College of Medicine at University of South Florida. Dr. Chen's statistical research interests include longitudinal data analyses, causal inference, clinical trials, and epidemiologic methods.

Journal of Medical Statistics and Informatics Subject Areas

Survival Analysis, Statistical Computing, Clincal trials, Biostatistics, Bioinformatics, Public health, Health statistics, Forensic medicine, Domain analysis, Basic epidemiology, Molecular epidemiology, Pharmaceutical statistics, statistical genetics, epidemiologic statistics, Statistical methodology.