Luke J. Keele, PhD

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Research Associate Professor of Statistics in Surgery
Department: Surgery

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Department of Surgery
Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce Street, 4 Silverstein
Philadelphia, PA 19104
BA (Political Science)
Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI, 1997.
MA (Political Science)
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, 2000.
PhD (Political Science)
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, 2003.
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Selected Publications

Kennedy E, Harris S, Keele L: Survivor-complier effects in the presence of selection on treatment, with application to a study of prompt ICU admission. Journal of the American Statistics Association 2018 (in press).

Pimentel S, Page L, Lenard M, Keele L: Optimal multilevel matching using network flows: An application to a summer reading intervention. Annals of Applied Statistics 2018 (in press).

Sharoky CE, Sellers MM, Keele LJ, Wirtalla CJ, Karakousis GC, Morris JB, Kelz RR: Does surgeon sex matter? Practice patterns and outcomes of female and male surgeons. Annals of Surgery 267(6): 1069-1076, June 2018 Notes: (Epub July 24, 2017).

Sellers MM, Keele LJ, Sharoky CE, Wirtalla C, Bailey EA, Kelz RR: Association of surgical practice patterns and clinical outcomes with surgeon training in university- or non-university-based residency programs. JAMA Surgery 153(5): 418-425, May 1 2018 Notes: (Epub Jan. 10, 2018).

Kang H, Peck L, Keele L: Inference for instrumental variables: A randomization inference approach. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A 181(4): 1231-1254, Feb. 9 2018.

Keele L, White I: African-American turnout in majority-minority districts. Political Science Research & Methods 2018 Notes: (accepted for publication).

Keele L, Cattaneo M, Titiunik R, Vazquez-Bare G: Identification in regression discontinuity designs with multiple cutoffs. Journal of Politics 2018 Notes: (in press).

Keele L, Miratrix L: Randomization inference for outcomes with clumping at zero. The American Statistician Oct. 26 2017 Notes: https://doi.org/10.1080/00031305.2017.1385535.

Han Moonjoo, Fitzgerald Julie C, Balamuth Fran, Keele Luke, Alpern Elizabeth R, Lavelle Jane, Chilutti Marianne, Grundmeier Robert W, Nadkarni Vinay M, Thomas Neal J, Weiss Scott L: Association of delayed antimicrobial therapy with one-year mortality in pediatric sepsis. Shock (Augusta, GA) 48(1): 29-35, July 2017.

Weiss Scott L, Keele Luke, Balamuth Fran, Vendetti Neika, Ross Rachael, Fitzgerald Julie C, Gerber Jeffrey S: Crystalloid fluid choice and clinical outcomes in pediatric sepsis: A matched retrospective cohort study. Journal of Pediatrics 182: 304-310.e10, Mar. 2017 Notes: (Epub Jan. 4, 2017).

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