Research

My research interests include:

  • Multivariate statistics, in particular hypothesis testing, classification and high-dimensional problems,
  • Censored data, both survival data and data with detection limits,
  • Inference for discrete distributions, such as inference about proportions or odds ratios,
  • The interplay between Bayesian and frequentist ideas,
  • Big data problems in animal science, in collaboration with researchers at Beijer Laboratory for Animal Science,
  • Applications in medicine and proteomics, most of it in collaboration with researchers at the Uppsala Berzelii Technology Centre for Neurodiagnostics.

My Google Scholar page

Statistical methodology and theory

  1. Thulin, M., Zwanzig. S. (2017). Exact confidence intervals and hypothesis tests for parameters of discrete distributions. Bernoulli, 23, 479-502.
  2. Thulin, M. (2016). Two-sample tests and one-way MANOVA for multivariate biomarker data with nondetects. Statistics in Medicine, 35, 3623-3644.
  3. Jin, S., Thulin, M., Larsson, R. (2016). Approximate Bayesianity of frequentist confidence intervals for a binomial proportion. The American Statistician, to appear. DOI:
    10.1080/00031305.2016.1208630.
  4. Görgens, M., Thulin, M. (2014). Bias-correction of the maximum likelihood estimator for the α-Brownian bridge. Statistics and Probability Letters, 93, 78-86.
  5. Thulin, M. (2014). The cost of using exact confidence intervals for a binomial proportion. Electronic Journal of Statistics, 8, 817-840.
  6. Thulin, M. (2014). On split sample and randomized confidence intervals for binomial proportions. Statistics and Probability Letters, 92, 65-71.
  7. Thulin, M. (2014). A high-dimensional two-sample test for the mean using random subspaces. Computational Statistics & Data Analysis, 74, 26-38.
  8. Thulin, M. (2014). Tests for multivariate normality based on canonical correlations. Statistical Methods & Applications, 23, 189-208.
  9. Stehlik, M., Strelec, L., Thulin, M. (2014). On robust testing for normality in chemometrics. Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems, 130, 98-108.
  10. Thulin, M. (2014). Decision-theoretic justifications for Bayesian hypothesis testing using credible sets. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 146, 133-138.
  11. Thulin, M. (2014). Coverage-adjusted confidence intervals for a binomial proportion. Scandinavian Journal of Statistics, 41, 291-300.

Applications

  1. Moen, A., Lind, A.L., Thulin, M., Kamali–Moghaddamd, M., Roe, C., Gjerstad, J., Gordh, T. (2016). Inflammatory serum protein profiling of patients with lumbar radicular pain one year after disc herniation. International Journal of Inflammation, 2016, Article ID 3874964.
  2. Larsson, A., Carlsson, L., Gordh, T., Lind, A.L., Bodolea, C., Kamali–Moghaddamd, M., Thulin, M. (2015). The body mass index (BMI) is significantly associated with cerebrospinal fluid cytokine and chemokine concentrations. Cytokine, 76, 514-518.
  3. Larsson, A., Carlsson, L., Gordh, T., Lind, A.L., Thulin, M., Kamali–Moghaddamd, M. (2015). The effects of age and gender on plasma levels of 63 cytokines. Journal of Immunological Methods, 425, 58-61.
  4. Rydfjord, J., Svensson, F., Fagrell, M., Sävmarker, J., Thulin, M., Larhed, M. (2013). Temperature measurements in continuous-flow microwave heated systems. Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry, 9, 2079-2087.
    
    

My Erdős number is 5.