Associate Professor Stephane Heritier
Expertise: clinical trials, adaptive designs, statistical modelling, robust statistics, R package, survival analysis, cluster randomised trials.
Stephane's research interests include robust methods in biostatistics, multistage disease modelling, cluster randomised trials, adaptive designs and penalised likelihood methods for survival data. Stephane has been involved in several consultancy and collaborative research projects with major pharmaceutical companies or CROs. He has co-authored the book "Robust Methods in Biostatistics".
Australia. (Melbourne University, Prof. Chris Llyod) Accurate testing procedures for adaptive designs.
United States. (Cytel, Dr Caroline Morgan) Research on adaptive designs.
Switzerland. (University of Geneva, Department of Econometrics, Assoc. Prof. Eva Cantoni and William Aeberhard) Robust methods for negative binomial regression with application to falls data.
Australia. (MacQuarie University, Assoc. Prof Jun Ma) Penalised likelihood for survival data models.