John Barnard, Ph.D.
Quantitative Health Sciences /JJN3

Telephone: (216) 444-5945
Fax: (216) 444-8021
barnarj@ccf.org

Positions:
Section Head, Statistical Genetics and Bioinformatics
Department of Quantitative Health Sciences
The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, 2005–present

Section Head, Biostatistics
Department of Quantitative Health Sciences
The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, 2005–present

Director, Collaborative Biostatistics Center
Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology
The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, 2003–2005

Associate Staff
Department of Quantitative Health Sciences
The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, 2003–present

Education:
Ph.D., Department of Statistics, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, December 1995

Key Interests:
Statistical genetics, missing data problems, Bayesian statistics, bioinformatics and statistical computing

Awards:
Harvard University Clark Fund Award, “Developing Computing Environments for Missing Data Problems,” 2000
The University of Chicago Department of Statistics Consulting Award, 1993 and 1994
United States Department of Education Fellowship, 1991–1993

Selected Publications:
BARNARD, J. (2000). MiPy: A system for generating multiple imputations. In Proceedings in Computational Statistics 2000, eds. J.G. Bethlehem & P.G. van der Heijden, pp. 199–204, Heidelberg, Physica-Verlag.

BARNARD, J. & MENG, X.L. (1999). Applications of multiple imputation in medical studies: From AIDS to NHANES. Statistical Methods for Medical Research 8, 17–36.

BARNARD, J. & RUBIN, D.B. (1999). Small-sample degrees of freedom with multiple imputation. Biometrika 86, 948–955.

BARNARD, J., DU, J., HILL, J.L. & RUBIN, D.B. (1998). A broader template for analyzing broken randomized experiments. Sociological Methods and Research 27, 285–317.

BARNARD, J., MCCULLOCH, R.E. & MENG, X.L. (2000). Modeling covariance matrices in terms of standard deviations and correlations, with applications to shrinkage. Statistica Sinica 10, 1281– 1311.

BARNARD, J., FRANGAKIS, C., HILL, J.L. & RUBIN, D.B. (2002). The Bayesian analysis of the New York School Choice Scholarships Program: A randomized experiment with noncompliance and missing data (with discussion). In Case Studies in Bayesian Statistics, eds. C. Gatsonis, R. Kass, B. Carlin, A. Carriquiry, A. Gelman, I. Verdinelli & M. West, vol. 5, pp. 3–98, Springer.

BARNARD, J., FRANGAKIS, C., HILL, J. & RUBIN, D.B. (2003). Principal stratification approach to broken randomized experiments: A case study of school choice vouchers in New York City (with discussion). Journal of the American Statistical Association 98, 299–323.

KONG, A., GUDBJARTSSON, D.F., SAINZ, J., JONSDOTTIR, G.M., GUDJONSSON, S.A., RICHARDSSON, B., SIGURDARDOTTIR, S., BARNARD, J., HALLBECK, B., MASSON, G., SHLIEN, A., PALSSON, S.T., FRIGGE, M.L., THORGEIRSSON, T.E., GULCHER, J.R. & STEFANSSON, K. (2002). A high-resolution recombination map of the human genome. Nature Genetics 31, 241–247.

KONG, A., BARNARD, J., GUDBJARTSSON, D.F., THORLEIFSSON, G., JONSDOTTIR, G., SIGURDARDOTTIR, S., RICHARDSSON, B., JONSDOTTIR, J., THORGEIRSSON, T., FRIGGE, M.L., LAMB, N.E., SHERMAN, S., GULCHER, J.R. & STEFANSSON, K. (2004). Recombination rate and reproductive success in humans. Nature Genetics 36, 1203–1206.

STEFANSSON, H., HELGASON, A., THORLEIFSSON, G., STEINTHORSDOTTIR, V., MASSON, G., BARNARD, J., BAKER, A., JONASDOTTIR, A., INGASON, A., GUDNADOTTIR, V.G., DESNICA, N., HICKS, A., GYLFASON, A., GUDBJARTSSON, D.F., JONSDOTTIR, G.M., SAINZ, J., AGNARSSON, K., BIRGISDOTTIR, B., GHOSH, S., OLAFSDOTTIR, A., CAZIER, J.B., KRISTJANSSON, K., FRIGGE, M.L., THORGEIRSSON, T.E., GULCHER, J.R., KONG, A. & STEFANSSON, K. (2005). A common inversion under selection in Europeans. Nature Genetics 37, 129–137.

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