Dr Ardo van den Hout
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Ardo is a lecturer in Statistics at the Department of Statistical Science, UCL. He studied mathematics and philosophy at the University of Nijmegen and completed a PhD in social statistics at the University of Utrecht in 2004. Previously he worked in the MRC Biostatistic Unit, Cambridge.
Longitudinal data analysis, multi-state models, change-point models, item response models
- Van den Hout A, Fox J-P, Klein Entink RH. Bayesian inference for an illness-death model for stroke with cognition as a latent time-dependent risk factor. Statistical Methods in Medical Research. Accepted.
- Van den Hout A, Muniz Terrera G, Matthews FE (2011). Smooth random change point models. Statistics in Medicine 30, 599-610.
- Van den Hout A, Böckenholt U, Van der Heijden PGM (2010). Estimating the prevalence of sensitive behavior and cheating with a dual design for direct questioning and randomized response, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series C (Applied Statistics) 59, 723-736.
- Van den Hout A, Matthews FE (2009). Estimating dementia-free life expectancy for Parkinson's patients using Bayesian inference and micro-simulation, Biostatistics 10, 729-743.