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- PhD, University of British Columbia, 2009
- MSc, University of British Columbua, Vancourver, BC, Canada, 2005
- BS, Fraser Valley University, Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada, 2003
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About Michael D. Regier
His areas of expertise and interest include coarsened data (missing and mismeasured data) with application to secondary data analysis and the utilization of linked databases (e.g. Data science), EM algorithm, MSMs (marginal structural models), semi-parametric models, non-linear models, and simulation assessment. As a collaborator and consultant, he has been working in the areas of stroke, traumatic brain injury and clinical pediatric research.
His current research involves non-nested model selection, non-linear models for characterizing relationships between clinically relevant biomarkers and outcomes, the interpretation of complex models, and missing and measurement error with non-linear models. In addition, he is the Biostatistics Core leader for the WVU Stroke CoBRE, provides statistical consulting for the Department of Pediatrics in the School of Medicine, is collaborating with a biotech company that received a WVU Innovation Award, is building collaborations with pediatric traumatic brain injury researchers at Duke University, and was formerly involved with the WVCTSI. He is a member of ASA, ENAR, IMS, and the SSC; as well, he has regularly participated as a statistical reviewer for the Department of Defense grant review panels.
Current: BIOS 611 (Data management and reporting), BIOS 620 (Applied Linear Models)
Former: BIOS 612 (Statistical Inference I), BIOS 622 (Time-to-event Analysis), BIOS 691 (Special Topics: Predictive modeling for the health sciences), BIOS 696 (Biostatistics Graduate Seminar), American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene (Biostatistics module), Guest lectures in the Departments of Epidemiology, Psychology, and Forestry, Math 203 (McGill University, Principles of Statistics)
Dr. Regier came to WVU from a post-doctoral fellowship in the Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics, and Occupational Health at McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. There, he was working in the area of causal inference within the counterfactual framework, focusing on missing data, measurement error and algorithmic estimation procedures for marginal structural models. Prior to this, Dr. Regier received his PhD in Science (Statistics) at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. During his time at UBC, he held a research position at the British Columbia Cancer Agency Centre and a Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research SGS award. His research focused on unified statistical corrections for data deficiencies such as missing data and measurement error when engaged in secondary data analysis utilizing linked data repositories