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Rafael E Diaz Escamilla

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Contact Information

Title: Associate Professor
Office
Hours:

M: 11 - Noon

T: 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

W: 1 - 2 PM

E-mail:
rdiaz@csus.edu
Office
Phone:
(916) 278-6221
Mailing
Address:

California Sate Univeristy Sacramento
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
6000 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95819-6051

Courses


Papers and Publications

  1. Gong, C., Mera R., Bravo J.C., Ruiz B., Diaz-Escamilla R., Fontham, E. T. H., Correa, P., and Hunt, J.D., Kras Predict Progression of Pneoplastic Gastric Lesions, Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, 8 (1999), pp. 167-171.

  2. Mann, N., Diaz, R., Analysis of Classified Advertisements for Gastroenterology in NEJM, American Journal of Gastroenterology 2005, 100: S93 (Abstract).

  3. Mann, N., Diaz, R., The Evaluation of Classified Advertisements for Gastroenterology in NEJM International Medical Journal, 13 (4) (2006), pp. 243-247.

  4. Diaz, R., Comparison of PQL and Laplace 6 estimates of hierarchical linear models when comparing groups of small incident rates in cluster-randomized trials. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis ,51 (6) (2007), pp. 2871–2888.

  5. Diaz, R., Comparison of Adaptive Gaussian Quadrature, PQL and Laplace 6 estimates of hierarchical linear models when comparing groups of small incident rates in cluster-randomized trials, 2007 Joint Statistical Meeting Proceedings, American Statistical Association.

  6. Wirojanan, J., Jaquemont, S., Diaz, R., et al, The Efficiency of Melatonin for Sleep Problems in Children with Autism and Fragile X Syndrome. Journal of Cinical Sleep Medicine, 5 (2) (2009), pp. 145-150.

  7. Baker, D. L., Dang, M.T., Ying Ly, M., Diaz, R., et al, Perceptions of Barriers to Immunizations among Parents of Hmong Origin in California, American Journal of Public Health, 100 (5) (2010), pp. 839-845.

  8. Baker, D. L., Melnikow, J. Ying Ly, M., Shoultz, J., Niederhauser, V., Diaz-Escamilla, R., Translation of Health Survey using Mixed Methods, Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 42 (4) (2010), pp. 430-438.

  9. Parks, S., Diaz, R., Molinaro, M., Did I trap the Median?, Statistics Education Web (STEW), n. d., n. pag. Available at http://www.amstat.org/education/stew/pdfs/DidITrapTheMedian.pdf. (First Prize Competition for Best STatitics Education Web/Census at School Lesson Rules and Guidance, December 2013).

  10. Guzman A., Diaz, R., Smith, A., Molinaro, M., Now You SeeIt, Now You Donít: Using SeeIt to Compare Stacked Dotplots to Boxplots, STatistics Education Web (STEW), n. d., n. pag. Available at http://www.amstat.org/education/stew/pdfs/NowYouSeeItNowYouDont.pdf. (First Prize High School Category Competition for Best Statitics Education Web/Census at School Lesson Rules and Guidance, July 2014).

  11. Cooper, A. Kirksey, J., Diaz, R. Can an Algebraic Diagnostic Test Be Used to Predict Final Grades in an Introductory Statistics Class?, American Journal of Undergraduate Research, 12(2) (2015). Available at http://www.ajuronline.org/uploads/Volume%2012/Issue_2/AJURVol12Issue2Jan2015pp43_56.pdf.

  12. Lewis, C., Diaz, R., Lopez, G., Marki, N., Olivo, B. A Preliminary Study to Evaluate Postural Improvement in Subjects with Scoliosis: Active Therapeutic Movement Version 2 Device and Home Exercise Using the Mulliganís Mobilization-With-Movement, Journal of Manipulated and Physiological Therapeutics, 37 (7) (2014), pp. 502 Ė 509.


Research Projects/Interests

  • Estimation Techniques of Hierarchical Generalized Linear Models
  • Statistical Techniques in Cluster Randomized Trials with Dichotomous Outcomes
  • Statistics in Education
  • Statistical Data Analysis in Collaborative Research

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Professional Associations

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Last updated: 09/11/2015