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Sara Geneletti
Sara Geneletti
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Endocrine disruptors in the workplace, hair spray, folate supplementation, and risk of hypospadias: case–control study
G Ormond, MJ Nieuwenhuijsen, P Nelson, MB Toledano, N Iszatt, ...
Environmental health perspectives 117 (2), 303, 2009
1882009
Direct and indirect effects of sequential treatments
V Didelez, P Dawid, S Geneletti
arXiv preprint arXiv:1206.6840, 2012
1522012
Adjusting for selection bias in retrospective, case–control studies
S Geneletti, S Richardson, N Best
Biostatistics 10 (1), 17-31, 2008
1352008
Identifying direct and indirect effects in a non‐counterfactual framework
S Geneletti
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series B (Statistical Methodology …, 2007
1022007
Regression discontinuity designs: an approach to the evaluation of treatment efficacy in primary care using observational data
AG O’Keeffe, S Geneletti, G Baio, LD Sharples, I Nazareth, I Petersen
Bmj 349, g5293, 2014
722014
Adjusting for selection effects in epidemiologic studies: why sensitivity analysis is the only “solution”
S Geneletti, A Mason, N Best
Epidemiology 22 (1), 36-39, 2011
432011
Bayesian regression discontinuity designs: Incorporating clinical knowledge in the causal analysis of primary care data
S Geneletti, AG O'Keeffe, LD Sharples, S Richardson, G Baio
Statistics in medicine 34 (15), 2334-2352, 2015
302015
Assessing causal relationships in genomics: From Bradford-Hill criteria to complex gene-environment interactions and directed acyclic graphs
S Geneletti, V Gallo, M Porta, MJ Khoury, P Vineis
Emerging themes in epidemiology 8 (1), 5, 2011
262011
Missing Data: A Unified Taxonomy Guided by Conditional Independence
M Doretti, S Geneletti, E Stanghellini
International Statistical Review, 2017
172017
Uncovering selection bias in case–control studies using Bayesian post‐stratification
S Geneletti, N Best, MB Toledano, P Elliott, S Richardson
Statistics in medicine 32 (15), 2555-2570, 2013
142013
Bayesian modelling for binary outcomes in the regression discontinuity design
S Geneletti, F Ricciardi, AG O’Keeffe, G Baio
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society), 2019
82019
Aspects of casual inference in a non-counterfactual framework.
SG Geneletti
University of London, 2005
62005
Have The England and Wales Guidelines Affected Sentencing Severity? An Empirical Analysis Using a Scale of Severity and Time-Series Analyses
J Pina-Sánchez, JP Gosling, HI Chung, E Bourgeois, S Geneletti, ...
The British Journal of Criminology 59 (4), 979-1001, 2019
52019
The effect of treatment on the treated: a decision theoretic perspective
S Geneletti, AP Dawid
Casuality in the Sciences, 2010
32010
Tackling non‐ignorable dropout in the presence of time varying confounding
M Doretti, S Geneletti, E Stanghellini
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series C (Applied Statistics) 65 …, 2016
22016
The Regression Discontinuity Design in Epidemiology
I Petersen, F Ricciardi, I Nazareth, G Baio, S Geneletti, A O'Keeffe
2016
USING AUSTIN BRADFORD HILL’S GUIDELINES IN GENETICS AND GENOMICS
S GENELETTI, V GALLO, M PORTA, MJ KHOURY, P VINEIS
Epigenetics and Pathology: Exploring Connections Between Genetic Mechanisms …, 2013
2013
Adapting econometric causal effect estimators to the public health arena
S Geneletti, N Best, S Richardson, L Dearden, H Goldstein, J Rasbash
NCRM, 2009
2009
Challenges from new technologies and new biomarkers.
P Vineis, R Vermeulen, S Geneletti, C Minelli, E Taioli, J Thompson, ...
The Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine, 2007
2007
2.2. The use of DAGs in causality assessment for biomarkers
S Geneletti
Epidemiological concepts of validation of biomarkers for the identification …, 2007
2007
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