Sofia S. Villar
Sofia S. Villar
Programme Leader Track at MRC Biostatistics Unit, School of Clinical Medicine, University of
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Multi-armed bandit models for the optimal design of clinical trials: benefits and challenges
SS Villar, J Bowden, J Wason
Statistical science: a review journal of the Institute of Mathematical …, 2015
1912015
Adaptive designs in clinical trials: why use them, and how to run and report them
BMC Medicine, 2018
1752018
A Bayesian adaptive design for clinical trials in rare diseases
SF Williamson, P Jacko, SS Villar, T Jaki
Computational Statistics & Data Analysis 113, 136-153, 2017
472017
Sensor scheduling for hunting elusive hiding targets via Whittle's restless bandit index policy
J Niņo-Mora, S Villar
NetGCOOP 2011: International conference on NETwork Games, COntrol and …, 2011
312011
A Multicentre Study of Anticoagulation in Operable Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary Hypertension
K Bunclark, M Newnham, YD Chiu, A Ruggiero, S Villar, J Cannon, ...
A56. SYMPATHY FOR THE CLOT: UPDATE ON PULMONARY EMBOLISM AND CTEPH, A2009-A2009, 2019
282019
Response‐adaptive designs for binary responses: How to offer patient benefit while being robust to time trends?
SS Villar, J Bowden, J Wason
Pharmaceutical statistics 17 (2), 182-197, 2018
242018
Response‐adaptive randomization for multi‐arm clinical trials using the forward looking Gittins index rule
SS Villar, J Wason, J Bowden
Biometrics 71 (4), 969-978, 2015
222015
Multitarget tracking via restless bandit marginal productivity indices and Kalman Filter in discrete time
SS Villar, J Niņo-Mora
DES-Working Papers. Statistics and Econometrics. WS, 2010
19*2010
Multitarget tracking via restless bandit marginal productivity indices and Kalman filter in discrete time
J Nio-Mora, SS Villar
Decision and Control, 2009 held jointly with the 2009 28th Chinese Control …, 2009
192009
Covariate‐adjusted response‐adaptive randomization for multi‐arm clinical trials using a modified forward looking Gittins index rule
SS Villar, WF Rosenberger
Biometrics 74 (1), 49-57, 2018
182018
Logistic early warning scores to predict death, cardiac arrest or unplanned intensive care unit re‐admission after cardiac surgery
YD Chiu, SS Villar, JW Brand, MV Patteril, DJ Morrice, J Clayton, ...
Anaesthesia, 2019
92019
Bayesian adaptive bandit-based designs using the Gittins index for multi-armed trials with normally distributed endpoints
AL Smith, SS Villar
Journal of applied statistics 45 (6), 1052-1076, 2018
92018
Bandit strategies evaluated in the context of clinical trials in rare life-threatening diseases
SS Villar
Probability in the engineering and informational sciences 32 (2), 229-245, 2018
92018
INDEXABILITY AND OPTIMAL INDEX POLICIES FOR A CLASS OF REINITIALISING RESTLESS BANDITS
SS Villar
Probability in the engineering and informational sciences 30 (1), 1-23, 2016
82016
Opportunistic schedulers for optimal scheduling of flows in wireless systems with ARQ feedback
P Jacko, SS Villar
Proceedings of the 24th International Teletraffic Congress, 14, 2012
82012
Outcomes of the NHS England national extracorporeal membrane oxygenation service for adults with respiratory failure: a multicentre observational cohort study
A Warren, YD Chiu, SS Villar, J Fowles, N Symes, J Barker, L Camporota, ...
British Journal of Anaesthesia, 2020
62020
The ADAMTS13-VWF axis is dysregulated in chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension
European Respiratory Journal, 2019
62019
Dynamic individual vital sign trajectory early warning score (DyniEWS) versus snapshot national early warning score (NEWS) for predicting postoperative deterioration
Y Zhu, YD Chiu, SS Villar, JW Brand, MV Patteril, DJ Morrice, J Clayton, ...
Resuscitation, 2020
52020
Restless bandit index policies for dynamic sensor scheduling optimization
SS Villar
52012
The Temptation of Overgeneralizing Response-Adaptive Randomization
SS Villar, DS Robertson, WF Rosenberger
Clinical Infectious Diseases, 2020
42020
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