David Bryant King

Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor
Epidemiology and Biostatistics

(812) 855-1116
PH C113

  • Arizona State University, Ph.D.in Statistics, 2009
  • Washington State University, MS in Mathematics, 1994
  • University of Texas at El Paso, BS in Mathematics and Physics, 1991
  • SPH-Q605 Longitudinal Data Analysis
  • SPH-Q601 Design of Experiments
  • SPH-Q602 Multivariate Data Analysis


Johnson Center for Innovation and Translational Research, $25K

Research Interests

Finite Mixture Modelling, Disease Diagnosis, Perturbation Theory, Theory of Causality, Longitudinal Data Analysis, Inverse Problems and Functional Data Analysis, Multilevel Hierarchical Models, Bayesian Inference

Selected Publications
King, DB (to be submitted) The Mixture of Multivariate Regressions (MMR) model, Journal of Multivariate Analysis

Dinh, P, King DB, Bidulescu, A. (Submit in Jan 2018) Associations of leptin and adiponectin with Incident Diabetes: The Jackson Heart Study. Journal of Diabetes

King DB. (to be submitted) Regularized Functional Canonical Correlation Analysis for Stochastic Processes.

King, D.B. (Mar. 2010) A Note on the Cross Covariance Operator and on Congruence Relations for Hilbert Space Valued Stochastic Processes, Statistics and Probability Letters 80 (5-6) pp. 361-365 doi: 10.1016/j.spl.2009.11.011

Kupresanin A., Shin H., King, D.B., Eubank R.L.(Dec. 2010) An RKHS Framework for Functional Data Analysis, Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 140 (12) pp. 3627-3637

Tegengea M.A., King, D.B., Mitkus, R.M. (Jan 2015) Infant aluminum body burden estimates following vaccination-An update, JAMA Pediatrics

Mitgus R.J., King, D.B., Hess M.A., Forshee R.A., and Walderhaug M.O.(Sept 2011) Updated Aluminum Pharmacokinetics Following Infant Exposures Through Diet and Vaccination, Vaccine