Research Report for the year 2019

Scientific publications

Journal Articles:
  • Binder N, Blümle A, Balmford J, Motschall E, Oeller P, Schumacher M: Cohort studies were found to be frequently biased by missing disease information due to death. J Clin Epidemiol, 2019; 105: 68-79. :
  • Doerken S, Avalos M, Lagarde E, Schumacher M: Penalized logistic regression with low prevalence exposures beyond high dimensional settings. Plos One, 2019; 14 (online): e0217057. :
  • Fecker J, Schumacher M, Ohneberg K, Wolkewitz M: Correction of Survival Bias in a Study About Increased Mortality of Heads of Government. Am Stat, 2019 (online): 1537-2731. :
  • Ohneberg K, Beyersmann J, Schumacher M: Exposure density sampling: Dynamic matching with respect to a time-dependent exposure. Stat Med, 2019; 38: 4390-4403. :
  • Schumacher M, Hieke S, Ihorst G, Engelhardt M: Dynamic prediction: A challenge for biostatisticians, but greatly needed by patients, physicians and the public. Biometrical J, 2019. : (in Druck)
  • Stelzer A-S, Maccioni L, Gerhold-Ay A, Smedby KE, Schumacher M, Nieters A, Binder H: A multivariable approach for riskmarkers from pooled molecular data withonly partial overlap. Bmc Med Genet, 2019; 20 (online): 128. :
  • von Cube M, Schumacher M, Bailly S, Timsit JF, Lepape A, Savey A, Machut A, Wolkewitz M: The population-attributable fraction for time-dependent exposures and competing risks-A discussion on estimands. Stat Med, 2019; 38: 3880-3895. :
  • von Cube M, Schumacher M, Putter H, Timsit JF, van de Velde C, Wolkewitz M: The population-attributable fraction for time-dependent exposures using dynamic prediction and landmarking. Biometrical J, 2019. : (in Druck)
  • von Cube M, Schumacher M, Wolkewitz M: Causal inference with multistate models—estimands and estimators of the population attributable fraction. J R Stat Soc A Stat, 2019. : (in Druck)
  • Wolkewitz M, Palomar-Martinez M, Alvarez-Lerma F, Olaechea-Astigarraga P, Schumacher M: Analyzing the impact of duration of ventilation, hospitalization, and ventilation episodes on the risk of pneumonia. Infect Cont Hosp Ep, 2019; 40: 301-306. :
  • Wolkewitz M, Schumacher M, Rücker G, Harbarth S, Beyersmann J: Estimands to quantify prolonged hospital stay associated with nosocomial infections. Bmc Med Res Methodol, 2019; 19 (online): 111. :
Short Communications:
  • Ohneberg K, Wolkewitz M, Schumacher M: RE: "Risk Set Matching to Assess the Impact of Hospital-Acquired Bloodstream Infections." Am J Epidemiol, 2019; 188: 1192-1193. :
  • von Cube MK, Schumacher M, Wolkewitz M: Follow-on rifaximin for the prevention of recurrence following standard treatment of infection with Clostridium difficile: a competing risks analysis provides a full picture of possible treatment effects. Gut, 2019. : (in Druck)