was elected president-elect of the International Biometric Society, Western North American Region.
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I am affiliated with the Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center, Cancer Prevention and Control Research, and with the UCLA Clinical and Translational Science Institute. My research areas include cancer prevention and control, cancer epidemiology, cancer survivorship, obesity, nutrition, physical activity, health disparities, health psychology and quality of life. My statistical methodology interests include design and analysis of cluster-randomized trials and other intervention studies and longitudinal modeling of chronic disease processes.
Crespi CM, Cumberland WG, Blower S (2005) A queueing model for chronic recurring conditions under panel observation. Biometrics 61(1):193-198
Crespi CM, Ganz PA, Petersen L, Castillo A, Caan B (2008) Refinement and psychometric evaluation of the Impact of Cancer scale. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 100(21):1530-41
Crespi CM, Wong WK, Mishra S (2009) Using second-order generalized estimating equations to model heterogeneous intraclass correlation in cluster randomized trials. Statistics in Medicine 28(5):814-27
Crespi CM, Maxwell AE, Wu S (2011) Cluster randomized trials of cancer screening interventions: are appropriate statistical methods being used? Contemporary Clinical Trials 32:477-84.
Crespi CM, Wong WK, Wu S (2011) A new dependence parameter approach to improve the design of cluster randomized trials with binary outcomes. Clinical Trials 8(6):691-703
Crespi CM, Alfonso V, Whaley S, Wang MC (2012) Validity of child anthropometric measurements in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children. Pediatric Research 71:286-92