Gabriel P. Suciu, Ph.D., M.S.P.H.
Highlights of Experience
Over 20 years of experience in clinical research (applied statistics in cancer clinical trials, chronic diseases, screening of population, surveys, bio-assays and bio-markers).
20+ years of experience in health research and teaching (cancer registry, injury, surveys, biostatistics, and mathematics).
Statistical strategies: survival analysis, logistic regression, alternate logistic regression, linear model and GEE techniques, nonparametric methods, sample size, multiple endpoints, adaptive design, experimental design.
Health research strategies: cancer epidemiology, cancer registry, and epidemiology of geographical distribution of chronic diseases, traumatic brain injury, QOL surveys.
Significant cross-functional interaction and leadership with biostatistics, epidemiology, medical researches, clinical monitoring and data management.
Mentoring graduate students in health/clinical research (12+years). About 400 students and alumni (see publications and conference presentations) in the past 12 years (80+ posters).
7+ years in European executive-level, hands-on scientific strategy and leadership in all aspects of the design, conduct and reporting of clinical trials in multiple therapeutic areas.
4+ years in US clinical trials, with FDA or NIH submissions.
1+ year in US - devices (Anti-Hepatitis B and C assays – 4 Protocol amendments +SAPs)
20+ years in teaching applied statistics in health and clinical research (using statistical packages as SAS, S-Plus, STATA, MINITAB, SPSS, SYSTAT, MATLAB, etc.)
12+ years in teaching research for graduate students and residents in preventive medicine.
Mentoring researchers in medical and public health field.
Managed department staffs of 26 to 72, in Europe.
In search for an Academic/Pharmaceutical position
San Antonio, Texas
Type III clinical trial, 3 arms. Coordinated by Dr. Jimmy Fernandez, MD, Medical Director.
Position title: Senior Biostatistician
Dates July 2017- November 2018
Consulting duties, revision of the type III Clinical Trial initiated by Humana-
MCCI- SAS and statistical programing, full revision of the SAP.
COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE, PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAM,
NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY
3200 S University Drive, Suite 1574, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33328
POSITION TITLE: Associate Professor of Biostatistics
DATES April, 2004- November, 2017
RESPONSIBILITIES Teaching Biostatistics core course and related elective
courses in the NSU graduate program of Public Health and
Preventive Medicine Program.
Related courses are Applied Biostatistics, Public
Health Research, Principle and Practice of Clinical
Trials, Advanced Biostatistics, Logistic Regression,
Survival Analysis, Survey Methods in Health Sciences and
Research Methods and Statistics for Health Sciences.
Courses are offered once in an academic year (Core
Biostatistics Winter semester) and Advanced Biostatistics
for the Master and Doctoral graduate program (every Fall and
Spring). The elective courses are offered once per year or
every other year. The Clinical Trials course targets graduates
students who wants to do research.
Conducts research in Cancer and for Youth and Adult
Behavior Factors that are characteristic for the Broward
County and for the State of Florida.
Teaching graduate students how to do research, present and
compare their results with others (i.e. Research in Public
Health I and II, and Applied Biostatistics in Health / Clinical
Teaching Preventive Medicine Residents Research in
Public Health, Applied Biostatistics Lectures, SAS, EpiInfo
and SPSS training sessions, Clinical/Community Trials
seminars and leading the Journal Club for the Preventive
Medicine residents in Palm Beach (monthly or biweekly).
Consulting duties, internal (i.e. NSU Colleges/HPD Colleges)
and external (West Palm Beach Department of Health, Florida
Department of Health, Broward School Board, University of
Miami, Mount Sinai Hospital, North Broward General, Broward
General Hospital, Jo Di Maggio Children Hospital, Chris Evert
Children Hospital, University of Pittsburgh, Children Hospital of
Pittsburgh, Cleveland Clinics- Cleveland & Weston), Florida
International University (FIU) and Florida Atlantic University
Founding member of HPD Statistical Consulting Center
and of the Faculty Research and Development Committee.
Chair of the Research Oversight Committee of Preventive
Medicine Residents-Palm Beach County Department of
Advisor for Preventive Medicine Residents in the
Palm Beach DOH Program.
Advisor of Public Health graduate students.
Member of the Research Advisory Committee of the
Preventive Medicine Program from PB-DOH (RAC).
Member of Graduate Medical Education Committee
for the Preventive Medicine Program (GMEC).
Member of Southeast Florida Cancer Control
Promoting the Healthy People 2020 National Health Plan in
Broward County and the State of Florida.
Fighting against health disparities, to close the gap among
ethnic groups and cancer sites. Promoting cancer fight as a
member of SFCCC group.
Teaching statistical seminars in the field of Health Research,
Logistic Regression, Survival Analysis, General Linear Model,
Clinical Trials Protocol, Randomization Methods, Power
and Sample Size calculation.
PAST POSITIONS HELD WITHIN:
EXPRESS PROFESSIONAL STAFFING – SCIENTIFIC DIVISION, Boston Metro area
67 Millbrook Street, Worchester, MA 01606 (ph: 866-***-****)
POSITION TITLE Senior Biostatistician
DATES February, 2004- March, 2004
RESPONSIBILITIES Provided strategic consulting for major Pharmaceuticals,
regarding clinical study design, clinical trials protocols,
calculated sample sizes, and designs case report forms.
Conducted biostatistical analyses, produced statistical tables
and listings, and prepared final clinical study reports. During
the conduct of the clinical studies assisted with planning and
implementing solutions to anticipated and unanticipated
problems that affected study finalization.
Worked with the SAS® programmers to implement analyzes
detailed in the analysis plans (SAP) by utilizing SAS® and other
statistical software to develop the FDA requested standards.
CASE WESTERN UNIVERSITY – Cleveland, Ohio.
College of Medicine, Cancer Center, Epidemiology & Biostatistics Department
1200 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio
Position Title: Assistant Professor
Dates: December 1st 2003 - January 31st 2004
INVERESK RESEARCH- 11000 Weston Pkw, Suite 100, Cary, NC 27513, Research Triangle Park. (ph: 919-***-****)
POSITION TITLE Senior Biostatistician
DATES July, 2002 – October, 2003
RESPONSIBILITIES Developed statistical sections of protocols and statistical analysis plans. Worked with the SAS® programmers to implements analyses detailed in the analysis plans by utilizing SAS® and other statistical software to develop the standard and special statistical analyses. Interpreted the statistical analysis plan and provided guidance to the SAS® programming group and the data management team. Drafted the statistical sections of clinical study reports. Represented Biostatistics on project teams and in interactions with clients. Wrote specifications for statistical analysis programming. Interacted with the Medical Communication group to ensure that the statistical methodology and results are accurately described in clinical study reports. Made presentations on behalf of Inveresk Research as appropriate.
CENTER FOR BIOSTATISTICS – OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
M200 Starling Loving Hall, 320 W10th Avenue, Columbus, OH 43210(Ph: 614-***-****)
POSITION TITLE Assistant Professor - Post-doc
DATES October, 2000 – July, 2002
RESPONSIBILITIES Research in Experimental Design (EMS, repeated measures, k-way factorial design), Survival analysis (Cox Model, Frailty Model, Nonparametric Confidence Intervals, Nonparametric Comparison), Logistic Regression (review of the Solutions Manual for Dr. Lemeshow’s LR textbook), and Spatial Cancer Epidemiology (Ohio Cancer Maps by sites, researches on relative risk standard deviation, and new summary measures). Worked on Ohio Cancer Registry, Small Area Estimation Grant, co-Pl., Optimal Cut-point of Risk Factors in Survival Data Analysis-comparison of different statistical methods, and Corrosion Project (Boeing & US Defense Grant, logistic regression and survival analysis). Taught Computer Lab for the Logistic Regression course – Summer Program 2001-OSU, and for the Experimental Design course-Summer Program 2002-OSU. Main research: Nonparametric Comparison of Survival Curves, and EMS and the k-way Factorial Mixed Models.
GRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANT AT USC:
COMPANY: MEDICAL ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT CO., 1100
Assembly Street, Suite 1256, Columbia, SC 29208.
POSITION TITLE Consulting Biostatistician
DATES March, 2000 – September, 2000
RESPONSIBILITIES Screening design for early cancer detection in rural areas in South Carolina (design, methodology, and preliminary analyses of statewide inpatient and emergency data).
COMPANY: Department of Environmental and Health Control Epidemiology Division, Columbia, SC.
2700 Bull Street, Columbia, SC 29203
DATES December, 1999 – May, 2000
RESPONSIBILITIES Research on asthma risk factors in South Carolina, based on ER and HD data (96-98) and the Air Quality Bureau (DHEC). Designed analysis of severe asthma and high hospital bed utilizers (multiple ER and HD visits) among children in SC (large data sets). Main research: Correlation Between Maximum Daily Ozone Concentration and ER Visits for Asthmatic Children, in SC (1996-1998).
USC - School of Medicine-Preventive Medicine (Traumatic Brain Injury Grant Project), Columbia, SC.
Six Richland Medical Park, Columbia, SC 29203
DATES August, 1997 – November, 1999
RESPONSIBILITIES Worked on Traumatic Brain Injury grant, statistical analyzes, data management, ICD-9 coding, and designed and analyzed the pilot study on applied SF-36 survey to diabetic patients. Built the Abstracter’s program for emergency room and hospital discharges for traumatic brain injury CDC grant.
School of Public Health, Biostatistics Dept - University of South Carolina
600 Sumter Street, Columbia, SC 29201
DATES August, 1996 – July, 1997
RESPONSIBILITIES Analyses of behaviors of fighting and carrying a weapon in high school students (YRBS-1995) and tobacco risk and health care expenditures in Mississippi (very large SAS data sets).
POSITIONS HELD IN EUROPE, WITHIN:
HEALTH DEPARTMENT, CLUJ, ROMANIA
Center of Biostatistics and Computer Sciences, Health Department, Cluj, Romania
Str. V.Babes No.1, 3400 Cluj-Napoca
POSITION TITLE Director, Senior Statistician
DATES January, 1991 – July, 1996
RESPONSIBILITIES Clinical statistical research in cancers, diabetes, tuberculosis, and infectious diseases. Analysis of screening design on early prevention of breast cancer (1976-1994) and statistical methods for the identification and validation of biochemical markers.
Design of Phase III clinical trial protocol and analysis for diabetes type II, supported by Novo Nordisk. Project statistician of pre-clinical experiments (cancer pathology: tumor grow modelling, studies on immunodeficiency in rats, melanoma in rats, and mice-pre-clinical trials supported by Glaxo).
Coordinated the implementation of the DRG (Diagnosed Related Group) program in Romania.
Supervision of monthly reports of all causes of deaths, cancer registry, sexually transmitted diseases, emergency department-surgery clinic, hospital discharges (+cost), diseases incidence and prevalence, standardized rates, etc. Taught courses for faculty and staff physicians on Medical Informatics (medical database and analysis), and Biostatistics: (linear regression, survival analysis, and analytical epidemiology).
INSTITUTE GUSTAVE ROUSSY, PARIS, FRANCE
Epidemiology and Biostatistics Dept - Gustave-Roussy Cancer Institute
Villejuif, Paris-Sud, France
POSITION TITLE Senior Biostatistician-Fellow Researcher
DATES February 1991 – July 1991
RESPONSIBILITIES Analysis of treatment of recurrent testis cancer-advanced stages, cancer epidemiology, nonparametric survival analysis projects, SAS courses, Statistical Seminars, Nonparametric Survival Analysis courses.
CANCER INSTITUTE OF CLUJ, ROMANIA
Epidemiology and Biostatistics Dept. - Cancer Institute of Cluj, Romania
Str. Gh.Bilascu, No.34-36, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
POSITION TITLE Department Head, Senior Researcher, Biostatistician.
Joint Assistant Professor in the Medical School
DATES July, 1986 – June, 1994
RESPONSIBILITIES Cancer research and programming. Development of the Biostatistics System at the Cancer Institute of Cluj. Supervision of the cancer registry of Transylvania counties, for World Health Organization – Geneva, Cancer Incidence in V Continents.
Interim and final analyzes for multi-centric clinical trials (i.e. Phases II-III of mixed chemotherapy for advanced stages of Nasopharynx cancer (Ciba-Geigy)).
Design and analysis of Phase III clinical trials for the treatment of head and neck cancers in clinical trials protocols with Glaxo Smith-Klein. Screenings on breast and cervix cancers, in Transylvania. Statistical analysis on pre-clinical studies (in vitro: cancer cell growing and teratogenesis). Training courses for the medical staff. Post-hoc analysis in several clinical trials for treatments comparison (i.e. cancer of the testis-Phase II and III, lung cancer-Phase II and III, breast cancer - Phase III).
POSTION HELD AS A TEACHER AND FACULTY
COMPANY University of Cluj-Napoca- College, and High School
POSITION TITLE Teacher - Mathematics / Join Assistant Professor at
DATES September, 1980 – June, 1986
RESPONSIBILITIES Taught courses in: High School (Math/Basic/Fortran, and Physics), and College (graduate level courses: Probability Theory, and Complex Functions).
Therapeutic Area Phase(s) Study Duration
Allergy - Asthma Screening 1 year
Cardiology II, III 5 years
Endocrinology II, III 3 years
Diabetes III 7 years
Gastrointestinal III 6 years
Gynaecology III 5 years
Haematology II, III 7 years
Infectious Diseases III 3 years
Devices I, II 2 years
Nuclear Medicine II, III 7 years
Nutrition III 7 years
Obesity III 7 years
Oncology I, II, III, IV 12 years
Surgery III 3 years
Vaccines III 2 years
Teratogenesis Preclinical 4 years
Surveys N/A 4 years
Traumatic Brain Injury Surveillance Syst 3 years
Cancer Registry Surveillance Syst 13+ years
The Ohio State University, Centre for Biostatistics (Phone: 614-***-****)
Post-Doctoral Research Training Program
October, 2000 – July, 2002.
Major: Biostatistics; Minor: Epidemiology.
University of South Carolina, School of Public Health, Columbia.
Master in Science of Public Health (M.S.P.H.) Grad. School Phone: 803-***-****
August, 1996 - May, 2001.
Major: Biostatistics; Minor: Epidemiology.
Romanian Academy, Centre of Mathematical Statistics Gheorghe Mihoc, Bucharest, Romania
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Grad. School Phone: 011-40-21-411-4900.
January, 1994 - June, 1999.
Major: Biostatistics - Mathematical Statistics and Probability Theory; Minor: Mathematics.
University "Babes-Bolyai", Cluj, Romania
September, 1975 - June, 1980.
Major: Mathematical Analysis-Real Functions; Minor: Mathematics.
International Agency for Research on Cancer, Cancer Epidemiology Courses, Lyon, France –1991.
Major: Cancer Epidemiology
European School of Oncology, Cancer Clinical Trials Courses, Orta-San Giulio, Milan, Italy, 1990.
Major: Cancer Clinical Trials.
Who’s who in Academia – nominated for 2011 - 2012
SFCCC- Since June 2006 – Southeast Florida Cancer Control Collaborative
IRC – 2006-2008 – Internal Review Committee for Public Health Program - NSU
ASA - since 1999 – AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION
IBS - since 1994 - INTERNATIONAL BIOMETRIC SOCIETY
ENAR - since 1997 – EASTERN NORTH-AMERICAN BIOMETRIC SOCIETY
SCT – since 1999 – SOCIETY OF CLINICAL TRIALS
CNIM- 1990-1996 – NATIONAL MEDICAL INFORMATICS COMMITTEE OF ROMANIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCE
SMEDINF-1987-1999 - SOCIETY OF MEDICAL INFORMATICS-EUROPE
SCIOCN-1990-1994 – SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL OF CLUJ CANCER INSTITUTE, ROMANIA.
FPHA –since 2004 – FLORIDA PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION
APHA –since 2006 – AMERICAN PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION
COMMITTEES AT NSU
Chair, RESEARCH COMMITTEE OF PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAM –2005-2006
SPAC-Student Program Advisory Committee- FALL 2006-2012
FACULTY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE, HPD-NSU- since 2004
STATISTICAL CONSULTING CENTER, NSU – since 2004, co-founder
IRC- Fall 2006-2007– Internal Review Committee for Public Health Program – NSU
Curriculum Committee – Public Health Program
RESEARCH COMMITTEE – College of Osteopathic Medicine, NSU – since Summer 2006
EAC – External Advisory Committee for the Department of Epidemiology-Biostatistics School of Public Health – Florida International University, FIU.
GMEC- Graduate Medical Education Committee – Preventive Medicine Residency Program, Palm Beach County Health Department
RAC-Research Advisory Committee for Preventive Medicine Medical Residents Students in PB-DOH.
Chair ROC- Research Oversight Committee for Preventive Medicine Residents-Palm Beach County Health Department.
FPHA-Academic Advisory Committee.
Research Day HPD Committee FOUNDING MEMBER – 2008, 2010 and 2012.
ENGLISH: VERY WELL – GRADUATE STUDIES IN U.S. / ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
FRENCH: VERY WELL – COURSES AND FELLOSHIPS AT INSERM &IARC
HUNGARIAN: VERY WELL
DISSERTATION AND THESES
Doctoral Dissertation: Models of Stochastic Analysis in the Study of Chronic
Diseases. June 30, 1999. Romanian Academy, Bucharest,
Master Thesis: Investigation of Sample Size and Power Calculation for the
Binomial Distribution. September 22, 2000. USC-SPH,
Master/Bachelor Thesis: Special Properties of Shannon’s Entropy. June 18, 1980.
University Babes-Bolyai, Cluj, Romania.
PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS
Published books (and revision for publication):
Gabriel P. Suciu, Ph.D., M.S.P.H. (2015). Principles and Practice of Biostatistics with examples applied in Health/Clinical Research – textbook for Biostatistics I. Elsevier Science – under revision – December 2017.
Gabriel Suciu, (2001). Reviewer of the Solutions Manual to Accompany Applied Logistic Regression, 2nd Ed., David Hosmer Jr. and Stanley Lemeshow, Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York.
John F. Pennycuff MD, Gina M. Northington MD PhD, Tammy Loucks PhD, Gabriel Suciu PhD, MSPH, Deborah R. Karp MD (2015). The Use of Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injury as a Quality Metric: 16-Year Experience at a Single Institution, The Green Journal, Oct 2015.
Robert T Hasty, Ryan C Garbalosa, Gabriel Suciu. Response.
The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association 10/2014 114(10):766-7.
Pamela Strickland (Methodist University), Barbara McElroy (Susquehanna University), Roger Mayer (SUNY - Old Westbury), and Gabriel Suciu (Nova Southeastern University). Initial Evidence on the Association between Municipal Audit Committees, Governance and Internal Controls. Journal of Governmental & Nonprofit Accounting, June-2014.
Zeichner, S.B., Cavalcante, L., Suciu, G.P., Ruiz, A.L., Hirzel A., Krill-Jackson, E. (2014).
Long-term survival of women with locally advanced breast cancer with 10 lymph nodes at diagnosis. Asian Pac. J. Cancer Prev, 2014;15(8):3435-41.
Robert Hasty, D.O., FACOI, Ryan Garbalosa, D.O., Vincenzo Barbato, D.O., Pedro Valdes, D.O., David Powers, D.O., Emmanuel Hernandez, D.O., Jones John, D.O., Gabriel Suciu, Ph.D., Farheen Qureshi, D.O., Matei Popa-Radu, D.O., Sergio San Jose, D.O., Nathaniel Drexler, D.O., Rohan Patankar, D.O., Jose Paz, D.O., Christopher King, D.O., Hilary Gerber, D.O., Michael G. Valladares D.O., M.S., Alyaz Somji, D.O. (2014). Wikipedia vs Peer-Reviewed Medical Literature for Information About the 10 Most Costly Medical Conditions. J Am Osteopath Assoc. May 2014;114(5):368-373 doi:10.7556/jaoa.2014.035.
Andric B; Drowos J, Trepka MJ, Suciu G, Alonso A, Hennekens CH.(2013). High Frequencies of Negative Pretreatment Results Following Presumptive Antibiotic Treatment for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea. South Med J. 2013 May;106(5):321-326.
Kurt Grelk, Sean Sukai, Les Rosen, Gabriel P. Suciu (2012). Incidence of Residual Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer in Excisions After Shave Biopsy. Dermatologic Surgery (Impact Factor: 1.87). 12/2012; DOI: 10.1111/dsu.12056. Source: PubMed
Simon B. Zeichner, Ana L. Ruiz, Gabriel P. Suciu, Rachel Lerner Zeichner, and Estelamari Rodriguez (2012). Trends in Kaposi’s Sarcoma in Miami Beach from1987 to 2007. International Scholarly Research Network, ISRN Oncology, Volume 2012, Article ID 642106, 10 pages, doi:10.5402/2012/642106.
Deborah R. Karp MD, Marium Mukati MD, Aimee L. Smith MD, Gabriel Suciu PhD, Vivian C. Aguilar MD, G. Willy Davila MD (2012). Predictors of Successful Salpingo-Oophorectomy at the Time of Vaginal Hysterectomy. J Minimally Invasive Gynecol. 2012 Jan-Feb, vol.19, no.1, p.58-62.
Karen Dodge, PhD, Barbara Krantz, DO, Paul J. Kenny, PhD, Gabriel P. Suciu, PhD (2012) Substance Abuse Treatment Modalities and Outcomes in a Naturalistic Setting. Accepted by Addictive Disorders & Their Treatment. April 2012.
Robert T. Hasty, D.O., Samuel Snyder, D.O., Gabriel P. Suciu, Ph.D., Jaclynn Moskow Rosenthal (2012). Graduating Osteopathic Medical Students Perceptions and Recommendations on the Decision to Take the United States Medical Licensing Examination. Journal of American Osteopathic Association – Vol.112, 2, p.83-89.
Deborah R. Karp MD, Thais V. Peterson MD, Marjorie Jean-Michel MD, Yasmin Johnston MD, Gabriel Suciu PhD, Vivian C. Aguilar MD, G. Willy Davila MD (2011). A randomized controlled trial of the impact of local estrogen on postoperative tissue healing following vaginal reconstructive surgery. Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery – March 2011.
Hernandez, M.B., DeGraff, S., Perez, A., Suciu, G., Burton, K., Dodds, J. (2011). The AP (Alcohol Perception) Project: a study of the perceptions of adolescents towards alcohol. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse, 20:351-357, September 2011.
Syed, T.U., Arozullah, A.M., Loparo, K.L., Jamasebi, R., Suciu, G. P., Griffin, C., Mani, R., Syed, I., Loddenkemper, T. and Alexopoulos, A.V. (2009) A self-administered screening instrument for psychogenic nonepileptic seizures, Neurology 2009;72;1646-1652
Syed, T.U., Arozullah, A.M., Suciu, G.P., Toub, J., Kim, H., Dougherty, M.L., Wehner, T., Stojic, A., Syed, I., Alexopoulos, A.V. (2008). Do observer and self-reports of ictal eye closure predict psychogenic nonepileptic seizures? Epilepsia, Volume 49, Issue 5, Page 898-904, May 2008, Blackwell Publishing, Inc (full length original research).
Syed, T.U., Arozullah, A.M., Suciu, G.P., Toub, J., Kim, H., Dougherty, M.L., Wehner, T., Stojic, A., Syed, I., Alexopoulos, A.V. (2007). Do observer and self-reports of ictal eye closure predict psychogenic nonepileptic seizure? On-Line-Epilepsia, p.1-7, Dec.10th 2007.
Sarnaik, S., Kuch, B., Venkataraman, S., Orr, R., Manole, M., Felmet, K., Suciu, G. (2006). Incidence of diastolic hypotension in children treated with inhaled albuterol:533, Crit Care Med 01/2006; 34. doi: 10.1097/00003246-200612002-00514
von Eyben, F.E., Mouritsen,E., Holm,J., Montvilas, P., Dimcevski,G., Suciu, G.P. (2006). Computed tomography scans of intra-abdominal fat, anthropometric measurements, and 3 nonobese metabolic risk factors. Metabolism Clinical and Experimental 55: 1337-1343.
Manole, M.D., Hickey, R.W., Momoi, N., Tobita, K., Tinney, J.P., Suciu, G.P., Johnnides, M.J., Clark, R., Keller, B.B. (2006). Preterminal Gasping During Hypoxic Cardiac Arrest Increases Cardiac Function in Immature Rats. Pediatric Research, Vol.60, No.2,174-179.
von Eyben, F.E., Mouritsen,E., Holm,J., Montvilas, P., Dimcevski,G., Suciu, G.P., Helleberg, I., Kristensen, L. and von Eyben, R. (2005). Fibrinogen and other coronary risk factors. Metabolism Clinical and Experimental 54: 165-170.
Lou, J.Q., Kahlowsky M., Suciu, G., & Palmieri, A. (2005). Handwriting Pattern Analysis in Multiple Sclerosis Population. International Journal of MS Care. (7)2:66-67.
von Eyben FE, Mouritsen E, Holm J, Montvilas P, Dimcevski G, Suciu G, Rasmussen IH, Kristensen LL, von Eyben R. (2005). Plasminogen activator inhibitor 1 activity and other coronary risk factors. Clin Appl Thromb Hemost. Jan;11(1):55-61.
Suciu, G.P., Lemeshow, S., and Moeschberger, M. (2004), Statistical Test of Equality of Survival Curves: Reconsidering the Options, Handbook of Statistics, Vol.23, Chapter 13. Eds. N.Balakrishnan and C.R.Rao, Elsevier Science B.V. p251-262, ISSN:0169-7161.
von Eyben, F.E., Mouritsen,E., Holm,J., Montvilas, P., Dimcevski,G., Suciu, G.P., Helleberg, I., Kristensen, L. and von Eyben, R. (2004). Intraabdominal obesity and metabolic coronary risk factors: An intraabdominal obesity syndrome. Ugesrkrift for Laeger 166/23, Denmark.
Suciu, G. (2003). Hypotheses and Guidelines for Survival Groups Comparison. ASA-JSM 2003 Proceedings, San Francisco, CA.
Von Eyben, F.E., Lindegaard-Madsen, E., Fritsche, H., Suciu, G., Liu, F., and Amato, R. (2003). A new prognostic model for testicular germ cell tumors. APMIS (Blackwell Synergy Ed), Vol.111, Issue 1, Jan. p.100-105.
Von Eyben FE, Mouritsen E, Holm J, Montvilas P, Dimcevski G, Suciu G, Hellenberg, I.(2003).
Intraabdominal obesity and metabolic risk factors: a study of young adults. Int J Obes Relat Metab Disord,
von Eyben, F.E., Mouritsen,E., Holm,J., Montvilas, P., Dimcevski, P., Helleberg, I., Kristensen, L., Suciu, G.P. and von Eyben, R. (2002). Smoking, low density lipoprotein cholesterol, fibrinogen and myocardial infarction before 41 years of age: a Danish case-control study, J. Cardiovascular Risk, 9(3):171-178, June 2002.
Suciu, G., Hoshaw-Woodard, S., Elliott, M. and Doss, H. (2001). Uninsured Estimates by County: A Review of Options and Issues, Ohio Department of Health, Center for Public Health Data and Statistics, August, 2001 (http://www.odh.state.oh.us/Data/OFHSurv/ofhsrfq7.pdf).
Suciu, G.P. (2001). Summary Rates and Methods for Clustered Geographical Areas, 2001, ASA-JSM 2001 Proceedings, Atlanta, GA.
Bologa, S., Banu, C., Suciu, G.P., Lazar, L. (1996). Retrospective Study of Thyroid Cancer in Cluj County (1971-1994). Cancerul, no.8, Cluj-Napoca, Romania (pg.31 -43).
Suciu.G.P. (1994). Complex system of biostatistical analyzes in cancer research. Part II. Hazard function, Cancerul no.7, Anul 2, 1994, Cluj-Napoca, Romania (pg. 54-60).
Suciu.G.P., Bologa, S. (1994). Cancer Clinical Trials in Romania, Cancerul, no.5, Anul 2, 1994, Cluj-Napoca, Romania (pg.41-45).
Suciu, G.P. (1993). Complex system of biostatistical analyzes in cancer research. Part I. Non-parametric Comparison, “ Cancerul no.2, Anul 1, 1993, Cluj-Napoca, Romania (pg. 56-61).
Albu, S., Tomescu, E., Suciu,G.P. (1993). Prognostic factors in Cancer of the Larynx, International Congress of Head & Neck Cancer June.1993, Istanbul, Turkey, Annals of Congress VII, (pg.237-248).
Blaga,L., Suciu, G.P., Malai,R. (1991). Methodological Analysis of follow-up for Breast Cancer patients. Computer programs in Dbase III and FoxBASE+, Intl. Cancer Congress -Dec.1991, Bucharest, Romania, Annals of Congress XV (pg.72-81).
Bologa, S., Suciu, G.P., Parlea, C. (1991). Epidemiological Report on Breast Cancer - Cluj-Napoca,” Intl. Cancer Congress, Dec.1991, Bucharest, Romania, Annals of Congress XV (pp.16-25).
Bojan.S., Suciu,G.P., Vitoc,C., Lazar,L. (1991). Uni-and Multi-variate Analysis of some Biochemical and Anatomo-Clinical prognostic factors in Breast Cancer, Rev. Biochimie, no.11, 1991, June, Cluj-Napoca, Romania (pg.341 -358).
Suciu,G.P., Cretiu, M. (1990). The Biostatistical System at the Oncological Institute of Cluj,” Courses of Cancer Clinical Trials, ESO, Sept.4-11, 1990, Milan, Italy (pg.490-503).
Cernea,V., Suciu,G.P. (1989). Prognostic factor analysis of the cancer of the larynx, treated with hyper-fractionated Cobaltotherapy. The young researcher symposium of Oncological Institute of Cluj. Oct.1989, Cluj-Napoca, Romania (pg.31-39).
Suciu,G.P. (1989). A Model of Univariate Analysis Applied on Nasso-Pharynx Data of Patients Treated with Cobalt Irradiation in Oncological Institute of Cluj (Scientific Award of the Minisession) Minisession of Young Researchers, Symposium of Oncological Institute of Cluj, October 1989, Cluj-Napoca Romania – Enciclopedia Oncologica XVII (pg. 175-184). Awarded by the National Medical Academy Council.
Ghilezan,N., Pana,I., Suciu,G.P. (1989). Telecobalt Irradiation for Supraglotic Cancer in the Cluj Cancer Center, International Congress of Radiology -July-1989-Paris, France, Journal du Congress de Radiology XI, 4, (pg. 607-621).
Suciu,G.P. (1988). A Study of Biochemical Tumor Markers of Malignant Melanoma in Patients Treated at the Oncological Institute of Cluj, The Academic Days of Cluj, November 1988, Cluj-Napoca, Romania Annals of Academy, XXVIII, 2, (pg. 79-84).
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