Ikuko Funatogawa, PhD

Title Visiting Scholar
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Email: ikuko.funatogawa@vanderbilt.edu

Phone: 615.936.6263
Fax: 615.936.2602
Cancer Biostatistics Center
Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center
571 Preston Building
Nashville, TN 37232-6848

Associate Professor (Lecturer), Department of Hygiene and Public Health, Teikyo University School of Medicine

Research interests

Biostatistics (Longitudinal data analysis, Missing, Autoregressive linear mixed effects model)

Epidemiology (Ageing, Birth cohort effect, Obesity, Smoking, Air pollution)

Selected Papers

Funatogawa I, Funatogawa T, Nakao M, Karita K, Yano E. Changes in body mass index by birth cohort in Japanese adults: Results from the National Nutrition Survey of Japan 1955-2004. Int J Epidemiol 2009; 38(1);83-92.

Funatogawa I, Funatogawa T, Yano E. Do overweight children necessarily make overweight adults?: repeated cross-sectional annual nationwide survey of Japanese girls and women over nearly six decades. BMJ. 2008 Aug 21;337:a802. doi: 10.1136/bmj.a802.

Funatogawa I, Funatogawa T, Ohashi Y. A bivariate autoregressive linear mixed effects model for the analysis of longitudinal data. Stat Med 2008; 30;27:6367-78.

Funatogawa T, Funatogawa I, Takeuchi M. An autoregressive linear mixed effects model for the analysis of longitudinal data which include dropouts and show profiles approaching asymptotes. Stat Med 2008; 30;27:6351-66.

Funatogawa I, Funatogawa T, Ohashi Y. An autoregressive linear mixed effects model for the analysis of longitudinal data which show profiles approaching asymptotes. Stat Med 2007;26:2113-30.
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