María-Eglée Pérez H.
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María-Eglée Pérez H.

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María-Eglée Pérez H.
Statistician
787-7640000 ext 4696
Associate Professor

Bayesian Inference, Objective Bayesian Analysis, application of Bayesian Modeling in Biology and Medicine

1. M.E. Pérez, L.R. Pericchi (2014), “Changing statistical significance with the amount of information: The ? adaptive significance level". Statistics and Probability Letters, 85, 20-24.

2.    J.Fúquene, M.E. Pérez, L.R. Pericchi (2014). “An alternative to the Inverted Gamma for the variances to modelling outliers and structural breaks in dynamic models". Brazilian Journal of Probability and Statistics, Vol. 28, No. 2, 288-299.

3. G. Pantoja-Feliciano, J.C. Clemente, E.K. Costello, M.E. Pérez, M.J. Blaser, R. Knight and M.G. Domínguez-Bello (2013),  “Biphasic assembly of the murine intestinal microbiota during early development". International Society for Microbial Ecology (ISME) Journal, 7, 1112-1115.

4. M. G. Domínguez-Bello, M. E. Pérez, M. C. Bortolini, F. M. Salzano, L. R. Pericchi, O. Zambrano-Guzmán, B. Linz (2008). "Amerindian Helicobacter pylori strains go extinct, as European strains expand their host range". PLoS ONE 3(10): e3307 doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0003307

5. Pérez-Schael, M. Escalona, B. Salinas, M. Materán, M.E. Pérez, G. González (2003) “Intussusception-associated hospitalization among Venezuelan infants during 1998 through 2001: anticipating rotavirus vaccines”. Pediatric Infectious Diseases Journal, Vol. 22, No. 3, p. 234-239.

6. M. G. Domínguez-Bello, B. Beker, M. Guelrud, J. Vivas, S. Peraza, M.E. Pérez, L.R. Pericchi (2002) “Socioeconomic and seasonal variations of Helicobacter pylori infection in patients in Venezuela”. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Vol. 66, No. 1, p. 49-51

7. B. Carlin and M. E. Pérez (2000) “Robust Bayesian Analysis in Medical and Epidemiological Settings”. In Robust Bayesian Analysis, D. Ríos-Insúa and F. Ruggeri, Eds. Springer, New York, p. 351-372.

U54 Collaborators

Universidad de Puerto RicoThe University of Texas – MD Anderson Cancer CenterNational Cancer InstituteCenter for Reduce Cancer Health Disparities