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Michael R. Elliott, Ph.D

Adjunct Professor of Biostatistics in Biostatistics and Epidemiology
Department: Biostatistics and Epidemiology

Contact information
Department of Biostatistics
University of Michigan School of Public Health
M4041 SPH II
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Office: 734 647-5160
Fax: 734 763 2215
B.A. (Mathematics with honors)
University of Chicago, 1985.
M.S. (Biostatistics)
University of Michigan, 1997.
Ph.D. (Biostatistics)
University of Michigan, 1999.
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Selected Publications

Elliott, M.R., Ten Have, T.R., Gallo, J., Bogner, H.R., Katz, I.R.: Using a Bayesian latent growth curve model to identify trajectories of positive affect and negative events following myocardial infarction. Biostatistics 6(1): 119-143, January 2005.

Elliott, M.R., Davis, W.W.: Obtaining cancer risk factor prevalence estimates in small areas: combining data from the behavioral risk factor surveillance survey and the National Health Interview Survey. Applied Statistics 54(3): 595-609, January 2005.

Elliott, M.R., Little, R.J.A.: A Bayesian approach to 2000 census evaluation using A.C.E. survey data and demographic analysis. Journal of the American Statistical Association 100(470): 380-388, June 2005.

Chen, I., Elliott, M.R., Winston, R.K., Durbin, D.R.: Teen drivers and the risk of injury to child passengers in crashes. Injury Prevention 11(1 ): 12-17, February 2005.

Durbin, D.R., Chen, I., Smith, R., Elliott, M.R., Winston, F.K.: The effect of seating position and appropriate restraint use on injuries to children in motor vehicle crashes. Pediatrics 115(3): 305-309, March 2005.

Kallan, M.J., Durbin, D.R., Elliott, M.R., Arbogast, K.B., Winston, F.K. : Differential risk of injury to child occupants by SUV Size. 48th Annual Proceedings of AAAM. Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine 48: 87-100, 2005.

Stettler, N., Elliott, M.R., Kallan, M.J., Auerbach, S.B., Kumanyika, S.: High prevalence of overweight among pediatric users of community health centers. Pediatrics 116(5): 1266, November 2005.

Donoghue, A., Durbin, D.R., Elliott, M.R., Nadkarni, V.: Effect of hospital type on twenty-four hour survival following pediatric cardiopulmonary arrest: A report from the AHA National Registry of CPR. Presented at the 2005 Pediatric Academic Societies' Meeting, Washington, D.C. May 2005.

Reviewer: Biostatistical methods and research design (BRMD) study section. National Institutes of Health, Center for Scientific Review 2005.

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