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Perkins, Neil J

Formal Title:

Staff Scientist

Phone:

301-435-6928

Email:

perkinsn@mail.nih.gov

Address:

6100 EXECUTIVE BLVD Room 7B01, MSC 7510
Bethesda Md 20892-7510
For FedEx use:
Rockville Md 20852

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Neil Perkins, Ph.D., is a statistician who joined the Epidemiology Branch in 2003 as an IRTA fellow and as a staff scientist since 2008. He received a Master of Science degree in mathematics from Fayetteville State University and a Doctorate degree in statistics from American University. His research interests involve epidemiological methods, specifically, receiver operating characteristic curves, summary measures of the ROC, and measurement error.

 

Publications (PubMed):

 
Title Authors Publication Date
ROC curve inference for best linear combination of two biomarkers subject to limits of detection.Perkins NJ,Schisterman EF,Vexler ABiom J2011 May
Assessment of skewed exposure in case-control studies with pooling.Whitcomb BW,Perkins NJ,Zhang Z,Ye A,Lyles RHStat Med2012 Sep 28
Realignment and multiple imputation of longitudinal data: an application to menstrual cycle data.Mumford SL,Schisterman EF,Gaskins AJ,Pollack AZ,Perkins NJ,Whitcomb BW,Ye A,Wactawski-Wende JPaediatr Perinat Epidemiol2011 Sep
Treatment of batch in the detection, calibration, and quantification of immunoassays in large-scale epidemiologic studies.Whitcomb BW,Perkins NJ,Albert PS,Schisterman EFEpidemiology2010 Jul
Generalized ROC curve inference for a biomarker subject to a limit of detection and measurement error.Perkins NJ,Schisterman EF,Vexler AStat Med2009 Jun 15

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