140.656.01 - Fourth Term 2009
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health


Audio Recordings of 2009 Lectures

Audio Recordings of 2008 Lectures

Bridge to 656 (MLM) from 655 (LDA)

  1. Introduction to Multi-level models
    Reading: Bingenheimer 2004 Ann Rev Public Health

  2. The two stage normal-normal model
    Reading: Goldstein 1996

  3. Linear random intercept models
    Reading: DerSimonian and Laird 1986

  4. Linear models with random intercept and slope
    Reading: Goldstein 1993

  5. Three Levels variance component models for continuous outcomes
    Reading: Flay 1995
    Extra lecture: Random effects models for non-nested clusters

  6. Applications of Multilevel Models for continuous data to the National Morbidity Mortality Air Pollution study
    Reading: Dominici et al. 2006 JAMA, Dominici et al. 2003 EHP, Takkouche 1999, Everson and Morris 2000

  7. Logistic Regression with Random intercept
    Reading: DeBacker 1998

  8. Applications of Multilevel Models for binary data to Profiling of Health Care Providers
    Reading: Hofer et al. 1999 JAMA, Normand et al. 1997 JASA, Cho 2003

  9. Three levels Logistic Random Intercept Model Cross-level interaction Review
    Reading: Rodriguez 2001

    Course Review

  10. Marginal vs. RE models and Ordinal responses - Guest Lecture (Dr. Griswold)

  11. Poisson regression with random intercept and slope

  12. Applications of Multilevel models for count data to disease mapping