Victoria Landsman PhD
- Email Address(es)
- Office Phone
- 647-927-2027 ext. 2131
- Office Address
- Institute for Work & Health 481 University Avenue, Suite 800 Toronto ON M5G 2E9
- Biostatistics Division
- Assistant Professor
- SGS Status
- Associate Member
- Appointment Status
- Status Only
- Statistical analysis of health data from complex samples: population based case-control studies with multistage sampling designs, global health research using complex survey data, correction for biases in web based surveys, addressing non-response and influential observations in business surveys, analysis of clustered data
- Causal inference: estimation of treatment effects from observational data
Education & Training History
|Ph.D.||2009||Doctor of Philosophy (Statistics), Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel|
|M.A.||2000||Master of Arts (Statistics), Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel|
|B.Sc.||1995||Bachelor of Science (Mathematics and Statistics), Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel|
PRIMARY TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES
Landsman, V., Lou, W.Y.W., Graubard, B. I. (2015). Estimating survival probabilities by exposure levels: utilizing vital statistics and complex survey data with mortality follow-up. Statistics in Medicine, 34(11):1864-1875.
Jha, P., Ramasundarahettige, C., Landsman, V., Rostron, B., Thun, M., Anderson, R., McAffe, T., Peto, R. (2013) . 21st-Century Hazards of Smoking and Benefits of Cessation in the United States. N Engl J Med, 368: 341-350.
Landsman, V. and Pfeiffer, R.M. (2013). On Estimating Average Treatment Effects for Multiple Treatment Groups. Statistics in Medicine, 32 (11), 1829-1841.
Landsman, V. and Graubard, B.I. (2013). Efficient Analysis of Case-Control Studies with Sample Weights. Statistics in Medicine, 32(2), 347-360.
Pfeffermann, D. and Landsman, V. (2011). Are Private Schools Really Better Than Public Schools? Appraisal for Ireland by Methods for Observational Studies. Annals of Applied Statistics, 5 (3), 1726-1751.
Oman, S.D., Landsman, V., Carmel, Y., Kadmon, R. (2007). Analyzing Spatially Distributed Binary Data Using Independent-Block Estimating Equations. Biometrics, 63, 892-900.