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Laureates of the Gustav Adolf Lienert Award

Annette Kopp-Schneider
, Heidelberg, for the work Kopp-Schneider, A., Portier, CJ, Carcinoma formation in NMRI mouse skin painting studies is a process suggesting greater than two stages. Carcinogenesis 16, 53-59, 1995.

Carsten Heuer, Heidelberg, for the paper Heuer, C., Analyse von Zeittrends in Mortalitäts- und Inzidenzraten mit Alters-Perioden- Kohortenmodellen und Regressionssplines. Dissertation. Statictics Department of the University of Dortmund.

Hans-Peter Piepho, Witzenhausen, for the work Piepho, H-P., A Monte-Carlo test for variance homogeneity in linear models. Biometrical Journal 38, 461-473, 1996.

Erika Graf, Freiburg, for the paper Graf, E., Maßzahlen für erklärte Varianz in der Analyse von Überlebenszeiten. Dissertation. Institute of Mathematics at the Albert-Ludwigs University of Freiburg i. Br., 1998.

Matthias Frisch, Hohenheim, for the work Frisch M., Marker-assisted selection in recurrent backcrossing for transfer of a target gene. Dissertation, Institut für Pflanzenzüchtung, Saatgutforschung und Populationsgenetik. University of Hohenheim, 1999.

Olaf Berke, Hannover, for the work Berke O., Modified median polish kriging and its application to the Wolfcamp-Aquifer data. Environmetrics 12, 731-748.

Tim Friede, Heidelberg, for the paper Friede T., Methoden zur Bestimmung der Fallzahl in klinischen Studien mit interner Pilotstudie. Dissertation. Institute for Medical Biometry and Informatics, Ruprecht-Karls University of Heidelberg, 2000.

Juliane Schäfer, Munich, for the paper Schäfer J, Kriterien zur Entscheidung über therapeutische Äquivalenz. Diploma thesis, Institute for Statistics, Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich, 2002.

Carolina Meier-Hirmer, Freiburg, for the paper Meier-Hirmer C., Multi-state models for the long-term prognosis of breast cancer. Diploma thesis, Albert-Ludwigs University of Freiburg i. Br., 2002.

Guido Skipka, Göttingen, for the work The Likelihood Ratio Test for Order Restricted Hypotheses in Noninferiority Trials.

Achim Güttner, Bremen, for the work Statistische Analyse von unerwünschten Arzneimittelwirkungen.

Jan Beyersmann, Freiburg, for the work On change in length of stay associated with an intermediate event: estimation within multi-state models and large sample properties.

Marc Vandemeulebroecke, Basel, for the work A General Approach to Two-Stage Tests.

Carola Werner, Berlin, for the work Nicht-parametrische Analyse von diagnostischen Tests.

Holger Schwender, Dortmund, for the work Statistical Analysis of Genotype and Gene Expression Data.

Inke König, Lübeck, for the work Practical experiences on the necessity of external validation.

Alexander Schacht, Bad Homburg, for the work A New Nonparametric Approach for Baseline Covariate Adjustment for Two-Group Comparative Studies.

Claudia Hemmelmann, Lübeck, for the work Multiple test procedures using an upper bound of the number of true hypotheses and their use for evaluating high-dimensional EEG data.

Jutta Groos, Heidelberg, for her dissertation Modellbasierte Untersuchung des Wirkmechanismus von Kanzerogenen bei der Entstehung und Progression von präneoplastischen Läsionen in der Leber.

Michael Höhle, Munich, for his post-doctoral thesis Statistical Modeling and Monitoring of Infectious Diseases.

Björn Bornkamp, Dortmund, for his post-doctoral thesis On Nonparametric Bayesian Analysis under Shape Constraints with Applications in Biostatistics.

Sonja Greven, Munich, for the work On the Behaviour of Marginal and Conditional Akaike Information Criteria in Linear Mixed Models.

Matthias Schmid, Erlangen, for the work A Robust Alternative to the Schemper–Henderson Estimator of Prediction Error.

Irina Czogiel, Nottingham, for the work Bayesian matching of unlabeled marked point sets using random fields, with an application to molecular alignment

Frank Konietschke, Göttingen, for the work Ranking procedures for matched pairs with missing data – Asymptotic theory and small sample approximation

Nora Fenske, München, for the article Identifying Risk Factors for Severe Childhood Malnutrition by Boosting Additive Quantile Regression in JASA

Jan Gertheiss, Göttingen, for the article Longitudinal Scalar-on-Functions Regression with Application to Tractography Data in Biostatistics

Saskia Freytag, Göttingen, for the article Comparison of Three Summary Statistics for Ranking Genes in Genome-Wide Association Studies in Statistics in Medicine

Ulrike Krahn, Mainz, for the article A graphical tool for locating inconsistency in network meta-analyses in BMC Medical Research Methodology

Christiane Fuchs, Munich, for the article Parameterizing cell-to-cell regulatory heterogeneities via stochastic tran-scriptional profiles in PNAS

Markus Pauly, Ulm, for the article Asymptotic permutation tests in general factorial designs in JRSSB

Stefan Englert, Ludwigshafen, for the article Methods for proper handling of over- and underrunning in phase II designs for oncology trials in Statistics in Medicine

Hong Sun, Freiburg, for the article Comparing a stratified treatment with the standard treatment in randomized clinical trials in Statistics in Medicine

Annika Heyer, Düsseldorf, for the article Meta-analysis for the comparison of two diagnostic tests to a common gold standard: a generalized linear mixed model approach in Statistical Methods in Medical Research

Clara Happ, München, for the article Multivariate Functional Principal Component Analysis for Data Observed on Different (Dimensional) Domains in Journal of the American Statistical Association

Sarah Friedrich, Ulm, for the article Nonparametric estimation of pregnancy outcome probabilities in Annals of Applied Statistics

David Rügamer, München, for the article Boosting factor-specific functional historical models for the detection of synchronization in bioelectrical signals in Journal of the Royal Statistical Society