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Jewell is Professor of Biostatistics and Statistics at the University of California, Berkeley.
Jewell is a Fellow of the American Statistical Association, the Institute of Mathematical Statistics, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Jewell, “Correspondences between regression models for complex binary outcomes and those for structured multivariate survival analyses”, in Advances in Statistical Modeling and Inference, 2007, 45-64, V. Jewell, “Quantifying the source of infection for HIV- infected hemophiliacs in the UK from 1979—1984,” Statistics in Medicine, 28, 2009, 1464-1472. Jewell, “Tumorigenic effect of moisturizing creams in UVB-pretreated high-risk mice,” Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 129, 2009, 2316-2318.
Jewell, “Risk interpretation, perception and communication,” American Journal of Ophthalmology, 148, 2009, 636-638. Jewell, “Counting civilian casualties,” in Statistics, Science and Public Policy XVII, Democracy, Danger and Dilemmas, 2013, ed. Jewell, “Assessing causes for individuals,” Sociological Methods and Research, 2013, to appear. Jewell, "The continuity of module and higher derivations," Pacific Journal of Mathematics, 68, 1977, 91-98. Jewell, "The existence of discontinuous model derivations," Pacific Journal ofMathematics, 71, 1977, 465-475. Jewell, "Multiplication by the coordinate functions on the Hardy space of the unit sphere in Cn," Duke Journal of Math, 44, 1977, 839-851. Jewell "Fredholm Toeplitz operators on strongly pseudoconvex domains", Studia Math, 68, 1980, 25-34.
Jewell, "Toeplitz operators on the Bergman spaces and in several complex variables," Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society, 41, 1980, 193-216.
Jewell, "Small sample bias of point estimators of the odds ratio from matched sets," Biometrics, 40, 1984, 421-435. Jewell, "Least squares regression with data arising from stratified samples of the dependent variables," Biometrika, 72, 1985, 11-21. Jewell and W-Y Tsai, “Asymptotic properties of the product limit estimate under random truncation,” Annals of Statistics, 14, 1986, 1597-1605. Jewell, “On the bias of commonly used measures of association for 2x2 tables,” Biometrics, 42, 1986, 351-358. Jewell and M-C Wang, “The product limit estimate of a survival curve under right censoring and left truncation,” Biometrika, 74, 1987, 883-886. Jewell, Rejoinder to “A note on the estimate of the relative risk when sample sizes are small”, by K-J Lui, Biometrics, 45, 1989, 1031-1032. Jewell, “Some statistical issues in studies of the epidemiology of AIDS,” Statistics in Medicine, 9, 1990, 1387-1416.

Jewell, “A comparison of maximum likelihood and Jewell’s estimator of the odds ratio and relative risk in single 2 x 2 tables,” (letter to the editor), Statistics in Medicine, 10, 1991, 151-153. Jewell, "Nonparametric estimation and doubly-censored data: General ideas and applications to AIDS", Statistics in Medicine, 13, 1994, 2081-2095. Jewell, “Current status observation of a two stage counting process with application to simultaneous accurate and diluted assay HIV test data,“ The Canadian Journal of Statistics, 2011, 39, 475-487. Jewell,  “Some comments on Rosner’s multiple logistic model for clustered data,” Biometrics, 46, 1990, 523-531. Jewell, “Hypothesis testing of regression parameters in semi-parametric generalized linear models for cluster correlated data,” Biometrika, 77, 1990, 485-497. Jewell, “The effect of retrospective sampling on binary regression models for clustered data,” Biometrics, 46, 1990, 977-990.
Jewell, “Nonparametric estimation of the incubation period of AIDS based on a prevalent cohort with unknown infection times,” Biometrics, 47, 1991, 947-960. Jewell, “Some surprising results about covariate adjustment in logistic regression models,” International Statistical Review, 58, 1990, 227-240.
Jewell, “Statistical analysis of the time dependence of HIV infectivity based on partner study data,” Journal of the American Statistical Association, 87, 1992, 360-372. Kalbfleisch, “Marker processes and applications to AIDS,” In AIDS Epidemiology:  Methodological Issues, 1992, Jewell, N. Jewell, "A geometric approach to assess bias due to omitted covariates in generalized linear models".  Biometrika, 80, 1993, 807-815. Jewell, "The NPMLE in the doubly censored current status data model", Scandinavian Journal of Statistics, 28, 2001, 537-547. Jewell, “Maternal smoking, alcohol drinking, and febrile convulsion”, Seizure-European Journal of Epilepsy, 17, 2008, 320-326. Jewell, “Misclassification of current status data,” Lifetime Data Analysis, 16, 2010, 215-230. Jewell, “A trajectory analysis of alcohol and marijuana use among Latino adolescents in San Francisco, California,” J. Jewell, “The impact of covariance misspecification in multivariate Gaussian mixtures on estimation and inference: an application to longitudinal modeling,” Statistics in Medicine, 2013, 32, 2790-2803.
Jewell, "Characterization of the receptor that mediates the nicotine discriminative stimulus," Psychopharmacology, 74, 1981, 310-315. Jewell, “Predicting respiratory morbidity from pulmonary function tests,” Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association, 39, 1989, 1313-1318.
Jewell, “The effect of number of exposures on the risk of heterosexual HIV transmission,” Journal of Infectious Diseases, 161, 1990, pp.
Jewell, “Female-to-male transmission of Human Immunodeficiency Virus,” Journal of the American Medical Association, 266, 1991, 1664-1667.

Jewell, “Uncertainty about the incubation period of AIDS and its impact on backcalculation,” In AIDS Epidemiology:  Methodological Issues, 1992, Jewell, N.
Jewell, “Heterosexual transmission of HIV,”  Journal of the American Medical Association,, 267, 1992, 1918-1919.
Jewell, "Backcalculation of HIV infection rates(with discussion)", Statistical Science, 8, 1993, 82-119. Jewell, "Variances for maximum penalized likelihood estimates obtained via the EM algorithm".
Jewell,.”On a general class of semiparametric hazards regression models”, Biometrika, 88, 2001, 687-702. Jewell, “Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome: Temporal stability and geographic variation in cumulative case fatality rates and average doubling times”, Emerging Infectious Diseases, 9, 2003, 991-994.
Jewell, “Risk behaviors for pesticide exposure among pregnant women living in farmworker households in Salinas, California”, American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 45, 2004, 491-499. Jewell, “Learning from data: Semi-parametric models versus faith-based inference,” Epidemiology, 21, 2010, 479-481. Jewell,, “Adjusting for perception and unmasking effects in longitudinal clinical trials,” 2012, International Journal of Biostatistics, Vol. Jewell, “Accounting for perception, placebo, and unmasking effects in estimating treatment effects in randomized clinical trials,” Statistical Methods in Medical Research, 2013, in press.
Jewell, "Differing AIDS incubation periods and their impact on reconstructing HIV epidemics and projecting AIDS incidence,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 90, 1993, 2194-2196.
Jewell, "A competing risks analysis of presenting AIDS diagnoses trends", Biometrics, 52, 1996, 211-225.
Jewell, “A machine-learning algorithm for estimating and ranking the impact of environmental risk factors in exploratory epidemiological studies,” in Modeling and Inference in Biomedical Sciences: In Memory of Andrei Yakovlev, D. Jewell, “Benefits associated with WIC supplemental feeding during the interpregnancy interval,” American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 45, 1987, 29-41. Jewell, “In utero exposure to Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) and Dichlorodiphenyldichloroethylene (DDE) and neurodevelopment among young Mexican American children,” Pediatrics, 118, 2006, 233-241. Jewell, “Organophosphate pesticides and neurodevelopment in young Mexican-American children,” Environmental Health Perspectives, 115, 2007, 792-798.

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