Sixia Chen, Ph.D.

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Assistant Professor

Phone: (405) 271-2229 x48628
Office: The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
801 NE 13th St, Room 325
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
Email: Sixia-Chen@ouhsc.edu
Personal Website:

http://tiny.cc/blpqky

  • EDUCATION AND TRAINING:

    • Ph.D., Statistics, Iowa State University, 2012
    • B.A., Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, Fudan University, 2007

APPOINTMENTS AND POSITIONS:
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, 2015-Present

Selected Publications:

 

Chen, S. and Haziza, D. (2017). Multiply robust imputation procedures for zero-inflated distribution in surveys. Invited submission at METRON, accepted

Chen, S. and Zhao, D. (2017). Quantile regression analysis with complex survey data under informative sampling. Submitted to Statistics in Medicine

Chen, S. and Haziza, D. (2017). On the nonparametric multiple imputation with multiply robustness. Statistica Sinica, Revision invitied.

Chen, S. and Haziza, D. (2017). Jackknife empirical likelihood method for multiply robust estimation with missing data. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, Submitted.

Chen, S. and Kim, J. K. (2017). Semiparametric fractional imputation using empirical likelihood in survey sampling. Statistical Theory and Related Fields, 1, 1-13.

Chen, S. and Rust, K. (2017). An extension of the model-based justification of Kish’s formula for design effects to two- and three-stage designs with stratification, Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology, 5, 111-130.

Chen, S. and Haziza, D. (2016). Multiply robust imputation procedures for the treatment of item nonresponse in surveys, Biometrika, 104, 439-453.

B. Purkaple, J. Mold and S. Chen. (2016). Encouraging patient-centered care by including quality-of-life questions on pre-encounter forms. Annals of Family Medicine. 14, 221-226.

Chen, S. and Graham, K. (2015). Geographic Oversampling for Race/Ethnicity Using the 2010 U.S. Population Census, Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology, 3, 543-565.

Chen, S. and Kim, J. K. (2014). Two-phase sampling experiment for propensity score estimation in voluntary samples, The Annals of Applied Statistics, Vol 8, 1492-1515.

Chen, S. and Kim, J. K. (2014). Population empirical likelihood for nonparametric inference in survey sampling, Statistica Sinica, Vol 24, 335-355.

Chen, S. and Kim, J. K. (2014). Semi-parametric inference with a functional-form empirical likelihood, Journal of the Korean Statistical Society, Vol 43(2), 201-214.

Zhong, P. S. and Chen, S. (2014). Jackknife empirical likelihood method for inference with regression imputation, Journal of Multivariate Analysis, Vol 129, 193-205.

Xiong, B. and Chen, S. (2014). Estimating Gravity Equation Models in the Presence of Sample Selection and Heteroskedasticity, Applied Economics, Vol 46, 2993-3003.

Chen, S. (2013). A UNIFIED THEORY ON EMPIRICAL LIKELIHOOD METHODS FOR MISSING DATA, Statistica and its interface, Vol 6, 325-338

Chen, S. and Krenzke, T. (2013). Inference of Domain Parameters through an Automatic Adjustment of Degrees of Freedom, Proceedings of the 2013 Federal Committee on Statistical Methodology (FCSM) Research Conference.

 RESEARCH INTERESTS:

  • Survey Sampling, Missing Data Problems
  • Empirical Likelihood
  • Non-parametric and Semi-parametric modeling and small area estimation
 

Current major research projects:

  • The Oklahoma Shared Clinical and Translational Resources Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Research Design core
  • Survey Center Projects