Author Archives: Thomas E. Love

Digoxin and reduction in mortality and hospitalization in heart failure: a comprehensive post hoc analysis of the DIG trial

By | January 4, 2006

In the European Heart Journal, Dr. Ali Ahmed and colleagues (including Thomas E. Love, Ph.D., of the Center for Health Care Research and Policy) studied the effectiveness of digoxin for heart failure. The study included a comprehensive re-analysis of data from the Digitalis Investigators Group trial sponsored in the early 1990s by the National Heart, Read More

Thomas E. Love, Ph. D. has been selected to receive a 2005 Scholarship in Teaching Award from Case`s School of Medicine.

By | September 1, 2005

Dr. Love received this award for his work on teaching statistical methods for observational studies, primarily in Case`s Clinical Research Scholars Program, and also in workshops at national and international meetings. The Scholarship in Teaching Award (now in its second year) is designed to encourage the application of scholarship to efforts in education. Dr. Love Read More

Thomas E. Love, Ph. D., will join the Editorial Board of The American Statistician in January 2006 as an Associate Editor

By | June 17, 2005

The American Statistician, a quarterly publication of the American Statistical Association, strives to publish articles of general interest to the statistical profession that are clearly written, address topics of broad importance, and are ordinarily not highly technical. Articles focus on current national and international statistical problems and programs, state-of-the-art surveys of the discipline, public policy Read More

Thomas E. Love, Ph. D. has been elected Secretary of the American Statistical Association`s Health Policy Statistics Section

By | April 20, 2005

The American Statistical Association is a world leader in promoting statistical practice, applications, and research; publishing statistical journals; improving statistical education, and advancing the statistics profession. The Health Policy Statistics Section focuses on strategies for improving the quality and reducing the cost of health care in the US and abroad through the systematic use of Read More