Sebastien JPA Haneuse, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor

CV (as of 05/01/2005)
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Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Department of Biostatistics
581 Preston Building
TN 37232-6848

For more current information on Dr. Haneuse, please visit The Center for Health Studies.

Departmental Interests/Links

Research Interests

  • Bayesian statistics
  • Hierarchical modeling
  • Study design/biased sampling schemes
  • Statistics for epidemiology
  • Observational studies
  • Ecological studies/inference

Recent talks/seminars

  • Practical considerations in meta-analysis (04/01/2005)
    • Slides
    • Data analysis discussion group, Division of Epidemiology, Vanderbilt University.
  • Bayesian statistical analysis: An introduction to the principles and language (05/03/2005)
  • Assessing gene-environment interactions in the presence of selection and missclassification using a case-control design (05/13/2005)
    • Slides
    • Data analysis discussion group, Division of Epidemiology, Vanderbilt University.


  • The R Project for Statistical Computing
  • WinBugs for MCMC sampling.
  • The GNU Operating System
    • GSL - GNU Scientific Library; numerical library for C and C++ programs.

Published Work

  • Gordian, M., Haneuse, S., Wakefield, J. “Traffic exposure as a risk factor for the diagnosis of childhood asthma”. Journal of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology. In press.
  • Brumback, B., Hernan, M., Haneuse, S., and Robins, J. “Sensitivity analysis for unmeasured confounding assuming a marginal structural model for repeated measures”. Statistics in Medicine, 23:749-767 (2004).
  • Haneuse, S. and Wakefield, J. “Ecological inference incorporating spatial dependence”. Ecological Inference: New Methodological Strategies. King, G., Rosen, O., and Tanner, M. (editors). Cambridge University Press (2004).
  • Haneuse, S., Sciacca, J., Ratliff, M., and Alexander, D. “Factors influencing breastfeeding rates among Arizona WIC participants”. American Journal of Health Behavior, Vol. 24, No 4, pp 243-53 (2000).


  • International Biometrics Society, West North American Region (WNAR).
  • American Statistical Association (ASA).
Topic revision: r9 - 25 Jun 2007, RobertGreevy

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