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Diao, Guoqing, Donglin Zeng, Joseph G. Ibrahim, Alan Rong, Oliver Lee, Kathy Zhang, and Qingxia Chen. "Statistical design of noninferiority multiple region clinical trials to assess global and consistent treatment effects." J Biopharm Stat 27, no. 6 (2017): 933-944.
Chen, Qingxia, Donglin Zeng, Joseph G. Ibrahim, Ming-Hui Chen, Zhiying Pan, and Xiaodong Xue. "Quantifying the average of the time-varying hazard ratio via a class of transformations." Lifetime Data Anal 21, no. 2 (2015): 259-79.
Chen, Qingxia, Ryan C. May, Joseph G. Ibrahim, Haitao Chu, and Stephen R. Cole. "Joint modeling of longitudinal and survival data with missing and left-censored time-varying covariates." Stat Med 33, no. 26 (2014): 4560-76.
Chen, Qingxia, Fan Zhang, Ming-Hui Chen, and Xiuyu Julie Cong. "Estimation of treatment effects and model diagnostics with two-way time-varying treatment switching: an application to a head and neck study." Lifetime Data Anal 26, no. 4 (2020): 685-707.
Zeng, Donglin, Qingxia Chen, Ming-Hui Chen, and Joseph G. Ibrahim. "Estimating treatment effects with treatment switching via semicompeting risks models: an application to a colorectal cancer study." Biometrika 99, no. 1 (2012): 167-184.
Chen, Qingxia, Donglin Zeng, Joseph G. Ibrahim, Mouna Akacha, and Heinz Schmidli. "Estimating time-varying effects for overdispersed recurrent events data with treatment switching." Biometrika 100, no. 2 (2013): 339-354.
Chen, Qingxia, Ming-Hui Chen, David Ohlssen, and Joseph G. Ibrahim. "Bayesian modeling and inference for clinical trials with partial retrieved data following dropout." Stat Med 32, no. 24 (2013): 4180-95.
Zhang, Yuanye, Ming-Hui Chen, Joseph G. Ibrahim, Donglin Zeng, Qingxia Chen, Zhiying Pan, and Xiaodong Xue. "Bayesian gamma frailty models for survival data with semi-competing risks and treatment switching." Lifetime Data Anal 20, no. 1 (2014): 76-105.
Zhu, Hongtu, Joseph G. Ibrahim, and Qingxia Chen. "Bayesian Case-deletion Model Complexity and Information Criterion." Stat Interface 7, no. 4 (2014): 531-542.