Alexander C. McLain
Email: mclaina at mailbox dot sc dot edu
B.S. in Mathematics, University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2002.
M.S., Statistics, University of South Carolina, 2005.
Ph.D., Statistics, University of South Carolina, 2008.
I have a broad range of statistical interests that focus on estimation, prediction and inference in complex models with clustered data. This includes longitudinal data modeling, prediction models, survival analysis, length biased data, joint modeling of longitudinal and survival data, multiple testing, missing data and mixed-effects models. The areas of application that I'm most interested in include nutrition, maternal child health and neuroimaging.
- Slides for workshop along with example and data from NSCH and UNICEF.
- BIOS 755: Introduction to Longitudinal Data Analysis (Spring, 2019)
- BIOS 825: Multivariate Biostatistics (Spring, 2019)
- BIOS 770/STAT 771: Applied Longitudinal Data Analysis (Spring, 2016)
- BIOS 845: Doctoral Seminar (Spring, 2015)
- BIOS 759: Biostatistical Methods for Rates and Proportions (Fall, 2014)
- BIOS 757: Intermediate Biometrics (Spring, 2014)
Statistical and Biostatistical Blogs
- Simply Statistics
- Normal Deviate
- Harvard College Sports Analysis Collective
Last Updated: January 31, 2019.