Roger S. Zoh
(812) 855-3076
PH C028

  • Iowa State University, Ph.D., 2012
  • Iowa State University, M.S., 2009
  • Southern University at New Orleans, B.S., 2006

My research broadly focuses on the development of Bayesian statistical methods for the analysis of high-dimensional. I have a particular interest in the joint analysis of multiple or multiview data set.

Selected Publications

Tekwe, C. D., Zoh, R. S., Bazer, F. W., Wu, G., & Carroll, R. J. (2018). Functional multiple indicators, multiple causes measurement error models. Biometrics, 74(1), 127-134.

Zoh, R. S., Sarkar, A., Carroll, R. J., & Mallick, B. K. (2017). A Powerful Bayesian Test for Equality of Means in High Dimensions. Journal of the American Statistical Association, (just-accepted).

Zoh, R. S., Mallick, B., Ivanov, I., Baladandayuthapani, V., Manyam, G., Chapkin, R. S., ... & Carroll, R. J. (2016). PCAN: Probabilistic correlation analysis of two non‐normal data sets. Biometrics, 72(4), 1358-1368.

Zoh, R., Wilson, A., Vander Wiel, S., & Lawrence, E. (2018). The negative log-gamma prior distribution for Bayesian assessment of system reliability. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part O: Journal of Risk and Reliability, 232

Kim, E., Wright, G. A., Zoh, R. S., Patil, B. S., Jayaprakasha, G. K., Callaway, E. S., ... & Chapkin, R. S. (2018). Establishment of a multicomponent dietary bioactive human equivalent dose to delete damaged Lgr5+ stem cells using a mouse colon tumor initiation model. European journal of cancer prevention: the official journal of the European Cancer Prevention Organisation (ECP).

Taylor, B. D., Ness, R. B., Klebanoff, M. A., Zoh, R., Bass, D., Hougaard, D. M., ... & Haggerty, C. L. (2016). First and second trimester immune biomarkers in preeclamptic and normotensive women. Pregnancy Hypertension: An International Journal of Women's Cardiovascular Health, 6(4), 388-393.

Kim, E., Davidson, L. A., Zoh, R. S., Hensel, M. E., Salinas, M. L., Patil, B. S., ... & Weeks, B. R. (2016). Rapidly cycling Lgr5+ stem cells are exquisitely sensitive to extrinsic dietary factors that modulate colon cancer risk. Cell death & disease, 7(11), e2460.