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R. Todd Ogden

Professor of Biostatistics (in Psychiatry)

and:
Research Scientist of Neuroscience, New York State Psychiatric Institute

Biography:
Dr. R. Todd Ogden has interests in a wide variety of topics in both statistical methodology and various application areas. He is currently collaborating with researchers at the New York State Psychiatric Institute on various statistical modeling issues with the analysis of data from brain imaging studies. Other ongoing interests include functional data analysis, nonparametric regression, wavelet methods, statistical modeling, statistical computing, and statistical education.
Education & Training:

    PhD, 1994, Texas A&M University

    BS, 1988, Texas A&M University

Honors and Awards:
  • Fellow, American Statistical Association, 2012
  • Fellow, Glenda Garvey Teaching Academy, CUMC, 2008
  • H.O. Hartley Award, 2008
  • Selected Editorial Boards

    • Associate Editor, Biometrics
Selected Publications:
  • R. V. Parsey, D. M. Olvet, M. A. Oquendo, Y.-Y. Huang, R. T. Ogden, and J. J. Mann Higher 5-HT1A binding potential during a major depressive episode predicts poor treatment response: Preliminary data from a naturalistic study Neuropsychopharmacology in press 2005
  • P. T. Reiss and R. T. Ogden Smoothing parameter selection for a class of semiparametric linear models Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B 71 505-523 2009
  • H. Jiang and R. T. Ogden Mixture modeling for dynamic PET data Statistica Sinica 18 1341-1356 2008
  • M. S. Milak, R. T. Ogden, D. N. Vinocur, R. Van Heertum, T. B. Cooper, J. J. Mann, and R. V. Parsey Effects of tryptophan depletion on the binding of 11C-DASB to the serotonin transporter in baboons: Response to an acute serotonin deficiency Biological Psychiatry 57 102-106 2005
  • P. T. Reiss and R. T. Ogden Functional principal component regression and functional partial least squares Journal of the American Statistical Association 102 984-996 2007
  • R. V. Parsey, M. A. Oquendo, R. T. Ogden, D. M. Olvet, N. Simpson, Y.-Y. Huang, R. L. Van Heertum, V. A. Arango, and J. J. Mann Altered serotonin 1A binding in major depression: A [carbonyl-C-11]WAY100635 positron emission tomography study Biological Psychiatry in press 2005
  • R. T. Ogden Statistics and brain imaging in the study of mental illness Chance 20 59-62 2007
  • R. V. Parsey, R. T. Ogden, and J. J. Mann Determination of volume of distribution using likelihood estimation in graphical analysis: Elimination of estimation bias Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 23 1471-78 2003
  • R. T. Ogden. A. Ojha, K. Erlandsson, M. A. Oquendo, J. J. Mann, and R. V. Parsey In vivo quantification of serotonin transporters using [11C]DASB and positron emission tomography in humans: Modeling considerations Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 27 205-217 2007
  • R. T. Ogden Estimation of kinetic parameters in graphical analysis of PET imaging data Statistics in Medicine 22 3557-68 2003
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Contact Information

Office/Address:

722 W. 168st St., 6th floor, Biostatistics

New York, NY 10032

United States

Phone:

212-342-1247

Fax:

212-305-9408

E-mail:

to166@columbia.edu