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Alexander Cambon

Alex CambonBioinformatics and Biostatistics

Biostatistician IV, PhD
Room No. 139A, 485 E. Gray St.
Louisville, KY 40202
Phone: 502-852-4111 or 502-852-3731
alex.cambon@louisville.edu

 

Background

I work in the Statistical Consulting Center and the Clinical and Translational Research Building.

My background before coming to University of Louisville:
Statistical Analysis in Manufacturing, Supplier Quality, Reliability, and Commercial/Transactional Settings
Overseas Development: Water and Health (West Africa)
Research Interests

Clinical Trials, Statistical Learning, Classification, Linear Models, Heterogeneity, Bioinformatics

Current Projects

Platelet COX-1-Independent TxA2 Generation in Patients with Acute Coronary Syndromes
NIH Grant for Progressive Supranuclear Palsy
Phase III Clinical Trial Study
Effect of Smoking Ban in an Industrial Setting

Office Hours

9:00-5:00
Monday, Wednesday, Friday at SPHIS Room 139A

9:00-5:00

Tuesday, Thursday, Room 209, CTR Building

Faculty I Support

Dr. Shesh N. Rai

Dr. Guy Brock

Outside Interests

Chinese language and culture, French, Italian, development of soccer in US, flute

Journal Articles

Cambon AC, Khalyfa A, Cooper N, and Thompson C. Analysis of probe level patterns in Affymetrix microarray data. BMC Bioinformatics, 8(1):146, 2007.

Kalbfleisch T, Cambon AC, and Wattenberg BW. A Bioinformatics Approach to Identifying Tail-anchored Proteins in the Human Genome. Traffic, 8(12):1687-1694, 2007.

Litvan I, Chism A, Litvan J, Cambon AC, and Hutton M. H1/H1 genotype influences symptom severity in corticobasal syndrome. Movement Disorders, 25:760-763, 2010.

Luo D, Cambon AC, and Wu D. Evaluating the long-term effect of FOBT in colorectal cancer screening. Cancer Epidemiology, 36:e54-e60, 2011.

Eng M, Zhang J, Cambon AC, Marvin MR, and Gleason J. Employment outcomes following successful renal transplantation. Clinical Transplantation, 26:242-246, 2011.

Kong M, Cambon AC, and Smith M. Extended logistic regression model for studies with interrupted events, seasonal trend and serial correlation. Communications in Statistics-Theory and Methods, 41:3528-3543, 2012.

Potts LF, Cambon AC, Ross OA, Rademakers R, Dickson DW, Uitti RJ, Wszolek ZK, Rai SN, Farrer MJ, and Hein DW. Polymorphic genes of detoxification and mitochondrial enzymes and risk for progressive supranuclear palsy: A case control study. BMC Medical Genetics, 13:16, 2012.

Smith MJ, Kong M, Cambon AC, and Woods CR. Effectiveness of Antimicrobial Guidelines for Community-Acquired Pneumonia in Children. Pediatrics, 129:e1326-e1333, 2012.

Newton TL, Fernandez-Botran R, Miller JJ, Cambon AC, Burns VE, and Allison KE. Posttraumatic Stress Symptom Severity and Inflammatory Processes in Midlife Women. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 5(5): 439-447, 2012.

Rai SN, Pan J, Cambon AC, Gargett N, and Chaires JB. Group Classification based on High-Dimensional Data: Application to Differential Scanning Calorimetry Plasma Thermogram Analysis of Cervical Cancer and Control Samples. Open Access Medical Statistics, 2013(3): 1-9, 2013.

DeFilippis AP, Rai SN, Cambon AC, Miles RJ, Jaffe AS, Moser AB, Jones RO, Bolli R, and Schulman SP. Fatty acids and TxA2 generation, in the absence of platelet-COX-1 activity. Nutrition, Metabolism & Cardiovascular Diseases, 24(4): 428-433, 2014.

Barton C, Kouokam JC, Lasnik AB, Foreman O, Cambon AC, Brock GN, Montefiori DC, Vojdani F, McCormick AA, O’Keefe BR, and Palmer KE. Activity of and Effect of Subcutaneous Treatment with the Broad-Spectrum Antiviral Lectin Griffithsin in Two Laboratory Rodent Models. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, 58(1):120-127, 2014.

Rai SN, Ray HE, Pan J, Barnes C, Cambon AC, Wu X, Bonassi S, and Srivastava DK. Phase II Clinical Trials: Issues and Practices. Biometrics and Biostatistics International Journal, 1(2): 1-3, 2014.

Cambon AC, Baumgartner KB, Brock GN, Cooper NGF, Wu D, and Rai SN. Classification of Clinical Outcomes Using High-Throughput Informatics: Part 1- Nonparametric Method Reviews. Model Assisted Statistics and Applications, In Press, 2014.

Cambon AC, Baumgartner KB, Brock GN, Cooper NGF, Wu D, and Rai SN. Classification of Clinical Outcomes Using High-Throughput Informatics: Part 2- Parametric Method Reviews. Model Assisted Statistics and Applications, In Press, 2014.

In Preparation

Cambon AC, Baumgartner KB, Brock GN, Cooper NGF, Wu D, and Rai SN.Properties of Adaptive Clinical Trial Signature Design in the Presence of Gene and Gene –Treatment Interaction.

Cambon AC, Baumgartner KB, Brock GN, Cooper NGF, Wu D, and Rai SN.Estimating Design Parameters in the Presence of Gene and Gene -Treatment Interaction Using High-Throughput Informatics in Clinical Trials.

Patents

Wunderlin WJ, Dion M, Cambon AC, Ismail MF, Hameed Z, Emery CD: System and method for controlling a dryer appliance. US, General Electric Company, 2009

Cambon AC, Wunderlin WJ, Heydt TM, Kemp DC: Internet based supplier process reliability system. US, General Electric Company, 2004

Education/Certifications

PhD, Biostatistics, University of Louisville, 2014
M. Eng., Penn State Great Valley, 1998
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Syracuse University, 1982

ASQ (American Society of Quality) Certified Reliability Engineer, Quality Engineer, and Quality Auditor
Certified Six Sigma Quality Black Belt and Six Sigma Trainer while at General Electric

Offices Held

Vice Chair, Region 1, District 2, Council of Chapters Governing Board, ASA (American Statistical Association)
Previous: Chapter Representative and Chapter Secretary for Kentucky Chapter of ASA






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