Mark van der Laan PhD

Jiann-Piang Hsu and Karl E. Peace Endowed Chair in Biostatistics
Professor, Biostatistics and Statistics
Education: 
  • PhD - Statistics, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands, 1993
  • MS - Statistics, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands, 1990
Courses: 
  • PH C240B: Biostatistical Methods: Survival Analysis and Causality
  • PH 243A: Multivariate Statistical Methods in Genomics
  • PH 243D: Adaptive Designs
  • PH C246A: Censored Longitudinal Data and Causality
  • PH 296: Causal Inference Seminar
Research Interests: 
  • Causal inference in longitudinal studies
  • Optimal methods for high dimensional censored data
  • Computational biology
  • Data adaptive learning
Selected Publications: 

Van der Laan MJ, Hubbard A and Robins JM., Locally efficient estimation of a multivariate survival function in longitudinal studies, Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 97, 494--508, 2002.

Murphy SA, van der Laan MJ and Robins JM., Marginal mean models for dynamic treatment regimes, Journal of the American Statistical Association, 2001.

Van der Laan MJ and Hubbard A., Locally efficient estimation of the survival distribution with right censored data and covariates when collection of data is delayed, Biometrika, 771-783, 1998.

Van der Laan MJ., Efficient Estimation of the Bivariate Censoring Model and Repairing NPMLE, Annals of Statistics, 24:2, 596-627, 1996.

Van der Laan MJ and Robins JM., Locally efficient estimation with current status data and time-dependent covariates, Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 93 No. 442, 693-701.

Profile Updated: September 28, 2016