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Publications:  Dr Derek Coad

Liu W, Coad DS(2019). Group-sequential response-adaptive designs for censored survival outcomes. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference vol. 205, 293-305.
10.1016/j.jspi.2019.08.004
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/61284
Alam MI, Coad DS, Bogacka B(2019). Combined criteria for dose optimisation in early phase clinical trials. Statistics in Medicine
10.1002/sim.8292
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/58619
Alam MI, Bogacka B, Coad DS(2017). Pharmacokinetically guided optimum adaptive dose selection in early phase clinical trials. Computational Statistics & Data Analysis vol. 111, Article C, 183-202.
10.1016/j.csda.2017.02.009
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/22491
Anisimov VV, Yeung WY, Coad DS(2016). Imbalance properties of centre-stratified permuted-block and complete randomisation for several treatments in a clinical trial. Stat Med
10.1002/sim.7206
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/18474
COAD DS, Weng RC(2016). Real-time Bayesian parameter estimation for item response models. Bayesian Analysis
10.1214/16-BA1043
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/18489
COAD DS(2015). Statistical inference following covariate-adaptive randomization: Recent advances. Modern Adaptive Randomized Clinical Trials: Statistical and Practical Aspects, Editors: Sverdlov, O, CRC Press
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/19019
Coad DS(2014). Corrected confidence intervals based on the signed root transformation for multi-parameter sequentially designed experiments. JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PLANNING AND INFERENCE vol. 147, 173-187.
10.1016/j.jspi.2013.10.002
Barbáchano Y, Coad DS(2013). Inference following designs which adjust for imbalances in prognostic factors. Clin Trials vol. 10, (4) 540-551.
10.1177/1740774513493367
Julious SA, Dimairo M, Stallard N, Glimm E, Bretz F, Gallo P, Minas G, Aston JAD et al.(2013). Discussion on the paper by Hampson and Jennison. JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY SERIES B-STATISTICAL METHODOLOGY vol. 75, (1) 40-54.
Barbachano Y, Coad DS, Robinson DR(2008). Predictability of designs which adjust for imbalances in prognostic factors. J STAT PLAN INFER vol. 138, (3) 756-767.
10.1016/j.jspi.2007.02.001
Lyn JA, Ramsey MH, Coad DS, Damant AP, Wood R, Boon KA(2007). The duplicate method of uncertainty estimation: are eight targets enough?. Analyst vol. 132, (11) 1147-1152.
10.1039/b702691a
Morgan CC, Coad DS(2007). A comparison of adaptive allocation rules for group-sequential binary response clinical trials. STAT MED vol. 26, (9) 1937-1954.
10.1002/sim.2693
Coad DS, Halimeh AA(2006). Sequential procedures for comparing several normal means. J STAT COMPUT SIM vol. 76, (6) 519-537.
10.1080/10629360500107717
COAD D, Weng RC(2006). Corrected confidence intervals for secondary parameters following sequential tests. Recent Developments in Nonparametric Inference and Probability: Festschrift for Michael Woodroofe, Editors: Sun, J, Gupta, AD, Melfi, V, Page, C et al., Institute of Mathematical Statistics (Hayward, California),
Coad DS, Ivanova A(2005). Sequential urn designs with elimination for comparing K >= 3 treatments. STAT MED vol. 24, (13) 1995-2009.
10.1002/sim.2091
Coad DS, Ivanova A(2005). The use of the triangular test with response-adaptive treatment allocation. STAT MED vol. 24, (10) 1483-1493.
10.1002/sim.2051
Coad DS, Woodroofe MB(2005). Corrected confidence intervals for adaptive nonlinear regression models. J STAT PLAN INFER vol. 130, (1-2) 63-83.
10.1016/j.jspi.2004.02.020
COAD D, Biswas A(2005). A general multi-treatment adaptive design for multivariate responses. Sequential Analysis vol. 24, 139-158.
COAD D, Woodroofe MB(2002). Corrected confidence sets for sequentially designed experiments: examples. Sequential Analysis vol. 21, (4) 191-218.
10.1081/SQA-120016300
COAD D, Ivanova A(2001). Bias calculations for adaptive urn designs. Sequential Analysis vol. 20, (3) 91-116.
10.1081/SQA-100106051
Woodroofe M, Goad DS(1997). Corrected confidence sets for sequentially designed experiments. STAT SINICA vol. 7, (1) 53-74.
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