TITLE: Statistical Topics in Outcomes Research: Patient-Reported Outcomes, Meta-Analysis, and Health Economics
INSTRUCTOR: Joseph C. Cappelleri, Pfizer Inc, and Thomas Mathew, University of Maryland Baltimore County
MODERATOR: Wenjin Wang
Joseph C. Cappelleri, PhD, MPH, MS is an executive director in the Statistical Research and Data Science Center at Pfizer Inc. He earned his M.S. in statistics from the City University of New York (Baruch College), Ph.D. in psychometrics from Cornell University, and M.P.H. in epidemiology from Harvard University. As an adjunct professor, Dr. Cappelleri has served on the faculties of Brown University, University of Connecticut, and Tufts Medical Center. He has delivered numerous conference presentations and has published extensively on clinical and methodological topics, including on regression-discontinuity designs, meta-analyses, and health measurement scales. He is lead author of the book Patient-Reported Outcomes: Measurement, Implementation and Interpretation and has co-authored or co-edited three other books (Phase II Clinical Development of New Drugs, Statistical Topics in Health Economics and Outcomes Research, Design and Analysis of Subgroups with Biopharmaceutical Applications). Dr. Cappelleri is a fellow of the American Statistical Association and president of the New England Statistical Society.
Thomas Mathew, PhD, is Professor, Department of Mathematics & Statistics, University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC). He earned his PhD in statistics from the Indian Statistical Institute in 1983, and has been a faculty member at UMBC since 1985. He has delivered numerous conference presentations, nationally and internationally, and has published extensively on methodological and applied topics, including cost-effectiveness analysis, bioequivalence testing, exposure data analysis, meta-analysis, mixed and random effects models, and tolerance intervals. He is the co-author of two books Statistical Tests in Mixed Linear Models and Statistical Tolerance Regions: Theory, Applications and Computation, both published by Wiley. He has served on the Editorial Boards of several journals, and is currently an Associate Editor of the Journal of the American Statistical Association, Journal of Multivariate Analysis, and Sankhya. Dr. Mathew is a Fellow of the American Statistical Association, and a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics. He has also been appointed as Presidential Research Professor at his campus.