Roger S. Zoh
Open Research and Contributor Identifier
Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Iowa State University, Ph.D., 2012
Iowa State University, M.S., 2009
Southern University at New Orleans, B.S., 2006
My research broadly focuses on the development of Bayesian statistical methods for the analysis of high-dimensional. I have a particular interest in the joint analysis of multiple or multiview data set.
Tekwe, C. D., Zoh, R. S., Bazer, F. W., Wu, G., & Carroll, R. J. (2018). Functional multiple indicators, multiple causes measurement error models. Biometrics, 74(1), 127-134.
Zoh, R. S., Sarkar, A., Carroll, R. J., & Mallick, B. K. (2017). A Powerful Bayesian Test for Equality of Means in High Dimensions. Journal of the American Statistical Association, (just-accepted).
Zoh, R. S., Mallick, B., Ivanov, I., Baladandayuthapani, V., Manyam, G., Chapkin, R. S., ... & Carroll, R. J. (2016). PCAN: Probabilistic correlation analysis of two non‐normal data sets. Biometrics, 72(4), 1358-1368.
Zoh, R., Wilson, A., Vander Wiel, S., & Lawrence, E. (2018). The negative log-gamma prior distribution for Bayesian assessment of system reliability. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part O: Journal of Risk and Reliability, 232
Kim, E., Wright, G. A., Zoh, R. S., Patil, B. S., Jayaprakasha, G. K., Callaway, E. S., ... & Chapkin, R. S. (2018). Establishment of a multicomponent dietary bioactive human equivalent dose to delete damaged Lgr5+ stem cells using a mouse colon tumor initiation model. European journal of cancer prevention: the official journal of the European Cancer Prevention Organisation (ECP).
Taylor, B. D., Ness, R. B., Klebanoff, M. A., Zoh, R., Bass, D., Hougaard, D. M., ... & Haggerty, C. L. (2016). First and second trimester immune biomarkers in preeclamptic and normotensive women. Pregnancy Hypertension: An International Journal of Women's Cardiovascular Health, 6(4), 388-393.
Kim, E., Davidson, L. A., Zoh, R. S., Hensel, M. E., Salinas, M. L., Patil, B. S., ... & Weeks, B. R. (2016). Rapidly cycling Lgr5+ stem cells are exquisitely sensitive to extrinsic dietary factors that modulate colon cancer risk. Cell death & disease, 7(11), e2460.