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Dr Andrew Smith
Dr Andrew Smith
PhD, MStats, BSc (Hons)
Area of research
- Nonparametric, penalised and logistic regression.
- Multilevel modelling.
- Multivariate analysis.
- Smith, A, Hardy, R, Heron, J, Joinson, C, Lawlor, D, Macdonald-Wallis, C & Tilling, K, 2016, A structured approach to hypotheses involving continuous exposures over the lifecourse. International Journal of Epidemiology.
- Smith, ADAC, Tilling, KM, Nelson, SM & Lawlor, DA, 2015, Live-birth rate associated with repeat in vitro fertilization treatment cycles. Journal of the American Medical Association, vol 314., pp. 2654-2662
- Smith, ADAC, Tilling, K, Lawlor, DA & Nelson, SM, 2015, External validation and calibration of IVFpredict: a national prospective cohort study of 130,960 in vitro fertilisation cycles. PloS one, vol 10., pp. e0121357
- Smith, ADAC, Heron, J, Mishra, G, Gilthorpe, MS, Ben-Shlomo, Y & Tilling, K, 2015, Model Selection of the Effect of Binary Exposures over the Life Course. Epidemiology, vol 26., pp. 719-26
- Richmond, RC, Simpkin, AJ, Woodward, G, Gaunt, TR, Lyttleton, O, McArdle, WL, Ring, SM, Smith, ADAC, Timpson, NJ, Tilling, K, Smith, GD & Relton, CL, 2014, Prenatal exposure to maternal smoking and offspring DNA methylation across the lifecourse: findings from the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children (ALSPAC). Human Molecular Genetics., pp. 2201-2217
- Smith, ADAC, Emmett, PM, Newby, PK & Northstone, K, 2014, Dietary patterns and changes in body composition in children between 9 and 11 years. Food & nutrition research, vol 58.
- Northstone, K, Smith, ADAC, Cribb, VL & Emmett, PM, 2013, Dietary patterns in UK adolescents obtained from a dual-source FFQ and their associations with socio-economic position, nutrient intake and modes of eating. Public Health Nutrition.
- Smith, ADAC, 2013, Quadratic progamming and penalised regression. Communications in Statistics.Theory and Methods, vol 42., pp. 1363-1372
- Smith, ADAC, Emmett, PM, Newby, P & Northstone, K, 2012, Dietary patterns obtained through principal components analysis: the effect of input variable quantification. British Journal of Nutrition , vol 109., pp. 1881-1891
- Northstone, K, Smith, ADAC, Newby, P & Emmett, PM, 2012, Longitudinal comparisons of dietary patterns derived by cluster analysis in 7 to 13 year old children. British Journal of Nutrition , vol 109.
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