Todd A MacKenzie, PhD
Professor of Biomedical Data Science
Professor of Medicine
Professor of The Dartmouth Institute
Biomedical Data Science
The Dartmouth Institute
PhD (Statistics), McGill University, 1997
MSc (Statistics), McGill University, 1993
BSc, Dalhousie University, 1990
Norris Cotton Cancer Center
Quantitative Biomedical Sciences
The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice
Section of Clinical Research, HB 7505
One Medical Center Drive
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
Lebanon NH 03756
I use statistics to facilitate clinical and health services research across a spectrum of disciplines and specialties. This work has been reported in over 250 publications. The majority of these projects involve comparative effectiveness, clinical trials, association studies, and prediction modeling. I am especially interested in survival (aka, time-to-event) analysis, and causal inference. Recently I have been studying the association of government spending with reduced mortality in order to help explain the stagnation of American longevity.
QBS 121: Biostatistics II; a course in statistical modelling (Winter) with Tor Tosteson
QBS Biostatistics Consulting
PH 271 (TDI) "Practice of Statistics in Medicine" with James O'Malley: This course was aimed at junior faculty, post-doctoral fellows and PhD students.
PH 147 (TDI) "Advanced Methods in Health Services Research" with Tracy Onega
PEMM 107 "Biostatistics" : A course in biostatistics I developed for bench and translational scientists in molecular medicine.
Incident Impaired Cognitive Function in Sarcopenic Obesity: Data From the National Health and Aging Trends Survey.
Fat-enlarged axillary lymph nodes are associated with node-positive breast cancer in obese patients.
A novel Mendelian randomization method with binary risk factor and outcome.
Initial Choice of Spinal Manipulative Therapy for Treatment of Chronic Low Back Pain Leads to Reduced Long-term Risk of Adverse Drug Events Among Older Medicare Beneficiaries.
Temporal Trends and Geographic Variations in the Supply of Clinicians Who Provide Spinal Manipulation to Medicare Beneficiaries: A Serial Cross-Sectional Study.
Mortality versus Municipal and State Government Spending in American Cities.
Time dependent hazard ratio estimation using instrumental variables without conditioning on an omitted covariate.
Modified STEADI Fall Risk Categories Predict Incident Cognitive Impairment.
Development of Electronic Health Record-Based Prediction Models for 30-Day Readmission Risk Among Patients Hospitalized for Acute Myocardial Infarction.
Feasibility and acceptability of a technology-based, rural weight management intervention in older adults with obesity.