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John Johnson replied to Vincent Granville's discussion Linear regression on an usual domain, hyperplane, sphere or simplex
"Have you looked at John Cornell's work on mixture models? It consists of almost exactly this kind of problem. He uses regression, but it should be straightforward to add regularization."
Aug 1, 2013
John Johnson replied to Andrew Paul Acosta's discussion Comparing JAGS to BUGS in the group Bayesian Modeling
"From my limited experience, there are differences enough to be annoying (and where you have to be careful), but not too huge a gap. You should be able to use your BUGS books with JAGS. And it goes without saying that your results may be a little…"
Jan 31, 2012
John Johnson commented on Vincent Granville's blog post Analytics used to avoid traffic tickets and DUI arrests
"CB radio of the 21st century!"
Oct 24, 2011
John Johnson and Ray Burton are now friends
Jun 8, 2009
John Johnson replied to Marybeth Haas's discussion Next "big thing" in analytics?
"Without entrepreneurial statisticians, we'd still be counting out means on our abacuses. (No standard deviations.)"
Apr 24, 2009
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Apr 21, 2009
John Johnson updated their profile
Apr 18, 2009
John Johnson was featured
Apr 15, 2009
Vincent Granville left a comment for John Johnson
"Yes John, my mentor at UNC Chapel Hill and Cambridge University was Prof. Richard L. Smith."
Apr 15, 2009
John Johnson and Vincent Granville are now friends
Apr 15, 2009
John Johnson left a comment for Vincent Granville
"Vincent, I thought you looked familiar. I just saw that you worked with Richard Smith back in 1996. That's when I joined the stat dept. at UNC. Nice to meet up with more fellow Tar Heels!"
Apr 15, 2009
John Johnson replied to Justin Boland's discussion Statistical Best Practices
"Are you looking for something beyond ICH E9?"
Apr 14, 2009
John Johnson left a comment for Stephan Ogenstad
"Stephan, Thanks for the welcome. On your question about adaptive designs and the FDA, I've found in general the FDA is cautiously accepting of adaptive designs. (CDRH more warmly than CDER/CBER.) Trials using these designs need to have a lot…"
Apr 13, 2009
Stephan Ogenstad left a comment for John Johnson
"Hello John, Welcome to Statistical Consulting. I see that you have great experience in modeling, simulation and specialty designs such as adaptive methods. What is your experience with using adaptive methods when presenting the methods to the FDA?…"
Apr 13, 2009
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Apr 11, 2009
John Johnson replied to Vincent Granville's discussion Five best SAS books in the group SASnetwork.com
"If you are looking into being a SAS programmer in the pharmaceutical/device industry, I recommend SAS Programming in the Pharmaceutical Industry by Jack Shostak. This book covers the tasks you would want to perform in the industry: analysis…"
Apr 10, 2009

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Short Bio:
I am the Associate Director of Statistics at REGISTRAT-MAPI, a leader in late phase drug research, with 13 years experience in statistics (over 9 in health care). My specialty is the planning and design of clinical trials, modeling and simulation, observational studies, and weird problems. I work in strategic drug development planning, negotiate with the FDA on behalf of clients, and manage a very good group of biostatisticians and programmers.
My Website or LinkedIn Profile (URL):
http://realizationsinbiostatistics.blogspot.com
Field of Expertise:
Biostatistics, Statistical Programming, Statistical Consulting, Medical Statistics, SAS
Years of Experience in Analytical Role:
13
Professional Status:
Director
Interests:
Networking
Your Company:
REGISTRAT-MAPI
Industry:
Pharmaceuticals, Biotech, and Medical Device
How did you find out about AnalyticBridge?
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Blog - Realizations in Biostatistics
Company website - Cato Research

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At 12:31pm on April 15, 2009, Vincent Granville said…
Yes John, my mentor at UNC Chapel Hill and Cambridge University was Prof. Richard L. Smith.
At 7:24am on April 13, 2009, Stephan Ogenstad said…
Hello John,

Welcome to Statistical Consulting. I see that you have great experience in modeling, simulation and specialty designs such as adaptive methods. What is your experience with using adaptive methods when presenting the methods to the FDA? Are they open and willing to embrace these methods?

Best
Stephan

Stephan Ogenstad, PhD
President & CEO
Statogen Consulting, LLC
http://www.statogen-consulting.com
 
 
 

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