Andrzej Galecki

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University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
Int Med-Geriatric & Palliative Med.
Research Professor
Short bio: 

Andrzej Galecki is a Research Professor in the Institute of Gerontology and a Research Scientist in the Department of Biostatistics. He earned his Ph.D. from the Institute of Mother and Child Care, Warsaw (1987).  Dr. Galecki is a Director of the Analysis Core in the "Genetics of Age-Sensitive Traits in Mice" Program Project, Co-Director for the Methodology, Data Management and Analysis Core and for Genomics and Analysis Core of the Older Americans Independence Center.

Ph.D., Epidemiology, Institute of Mother and Child Care in Warsaw (Poland), 1987

Physician Diploma, Medicine, Medical Academy of Warsaw, 1981

M.S., Applied Mathematics, Technical University of Warsaw, 1977

Research summary: 

His primary interests lie in developing computational methods for analyzing correlated and over dispersed data, which are frequently encountered in many fields of application, such as pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic (PK/PD) studies, longitudinal studies, survey sampling and gene mapping in genetics studies.

Recent publications: 

Wang, Y., Eskridge, K., Galecki, A.T. (2010). Bayesian Analysis of Minimal Model under the Insulin-Modified IVGTT Journal of Health, 2 (3), 188-194.

Wang, Y., Eskridge, K., Nadarajah, S., Galecki, A.T. (2009). Bayesian and non-Bayesian analysis of mixed-effects PK/PD models based on differential equations Monte Carlo Methods Applications, 12 (2), 145-167.

Galecki, A.T., Chen.S., Faulkner, J., Ashton-Miller, J. , Burzykowski,T. (2009). Statistical Power Calculations for Clustered Data International Journal of Knowledge Engineering and Soft Data Paradigms (KESDP), 1 (1), 40-48.

West, B.T., Welch, K.G., Galecki, A.T., with contributions from Gillespie, B.W. (2006). Practical Guide to Linear Mixed Models using Statistical Software CRC & Chapman and Hall, London.

Galecki, A.T., Wolfinger, R.D., Linares, O.A., Smith, M.J., Halter, J.B. (2004). Ordinary differential equation PK/PD models using the SAS macro NLINMIX. Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics, 14, 483-503.