Kyle D. Rudser

Associate Professor

Division of Biostatistics, School of Public Health
Biostatistical Design and Analysis Center (BDAC), Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI)
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

Particular Statistical Research Interests:


CV

Selected Papers

Rudser, K. and Emerson, S. “Implementing Type I & Type II Error Spending for Two-Sided Group Sequential Designs.”  Contemp Clin Trials 2008; May; 29(3):351-358, doi:10.1016/j.cct.2007.09.002. PubMed

Haneuse, S., Rudser, K., Gillen, D. “The separation of timescales in Bayesian survival modeling of the time-varying effect of a time-dependent exposure.”  Biostatistics 2008; Jul; 9(3):400-410; doi:10.1093/biostatistics/kxm038. PubMed

Emerson, S., Rudser, K., Emerson, S. “Exploring the Benefits of Adaptive Sequential Designs in Time to Event Endpoint Settings.”  Stat Med 2011; May; 30(11):1199-1217; doi:10.1002/sim.4156. PubMed

Rudser, K., LeBlanc, L., Emerson, S. “Distribution-free Inference on Contrasts of Arbitrary Summary Measures of Survival.”  Stat Med 2012; Jul; 31(16):1722-1737; doi: 10.1002/sim.4505. PubMed
   Related bepress working paper: Estimation for Arbitrary Functionals of Survival.”

Wey, A., Wang, L., Rudser, K.  “Censored Quantile Regression with Recursive Partitioning Based Weights.  Biostatistics 2014; Jan; 15(1):170-181. PMCID: PMC3862210. PubMed

Rudser, K., Bendert, E., Koopmeiners, J.  "Sample Size and Screening Size Trade Off in the Presence of Subgroups with Different Expected Treatment Effects"  J Biopharm Stat 2014; 24(2):344-358. doi: 10.1080/10543406.2013.860154. PubMed
   Related technical report.

Wey, A., Connett, J., Rudser, K. "Combining parametric, semi-parametric, and non-parametric survival models with stacked survival models.Biostatistics 2015 Jul; 16(3):537-549. doi: 10.1093/biostatistics/kxv001. PubMed
   Related technical report and associated supplementary materials.


Selected Technical Reports


Wey, A., Vock, D., Connett, J., Rudser, K.
Estimating Restricted Mean Treatment Effects with Stacked Survival Models.” (Accepted: Stat Med).
   Associated supplementary materials.