List of publications

Refereed publications

  1. O’Connell N., Smith K., Peterson M., Ryan N., Liverani S., Anokye N., Victor C., Ryan, J (2019) Incidence of osteoarthritis, osteoporosis and inflammatory arthropathies in adults with cerebral palsy: a population-based cohort study. BONE. 125, 30-35. URL
  2. Ryan, J. M., Peterson, M. D., Ryan, N., Smith, K. J., O’Connell, N. E., Liverani S., Victor, C., Anokye, N. and E. Allen (2019) Non-communicable disease among adults with cerebral palsy: A matched cohort study. Neurology. (to appear)
  3. Ryan, J. M., Peterson, M. D., Ryan, N., Smith, K. J., O’Connell, N. E., Liverani S., Anokye, N., Victor, C. and E. Allen (2019) Mortality due to cardiovascular disease, respiratory disease and cancer in adults with cerebral palsy. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 61: 924-928. URL
  4. Smith K J, Peterson M D, O’Connell N E, Victor C, Liverani S, Anokye N, Ryan J M (2018) Risk of depression and anxiety in adults with cerebral palsy: A UK-cohort study using GP data. JAMA Neurology. 76 (3), 294-300. URL
  5. Huang, R., Xu, W., Liverani, S., Hiltbrand, D., Stapleton, A. (2018) A Case study of R performance analysis and optimization. PEARC18 (Practice & Experience in Advanced Research Computing), Article 33. URL
  6. Edwards K. D. Takata N., Johansson M., Novak O., Henykova E., Liverani S., Kozarewa I., Jurca M., Strnad M., Millar A.J., Ljung K. and Eriksson M. E. (2018) Circadian clock components control daily growth activities by modulating cytokinin levels and cell division-associated gene expression in Populus trees. Plant, Cell and Environment 41:1468–1482. URL
  7. Coker E., Liverani S., Su J. G. and J. Molitor (2018) Multi-Pollutant Modeling Through Examination of Susceptible Subpopulations Using Profile Regression. Current Environmental
    Health Reports 5(1):59-69. URL
  8. Silberzahn R., Uhlmann E. L. , Martin D. P., … Liverani S., …, Nosek B. A. (2018) Many analysts, one dataset: Making transparent how variations in analytical choices affect results. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science. doi:10.17605/OSF.IO/QKWST
  9. Hirth M., Liverani S., Mahlow S., Bouget F.-Y., Pohnert G., Severin S. (2017) Metabolic profiling identifies trehalose as an abundant and diurnally fluctuating metabolite in the microalga Ostreococcus tauri. Metabolomics 13(6):68. URL doi:10.1007/s11306-017-1203-1.
  10. Boulieri, A., Liverani, S., de Hoogh, K. and Blangiardo, M. (2017) A space-time multivariate Bayesian model to analyse road traffic accidents by severity. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A. 180 (1), 119–139 . URL doi: 10.1111/rssa.12178.
  11. Liverani, S. and J. Q. Smith. (2016) Bayesian selection of graphical regulatory models. International Journal of Approximate Reasoning, 77, 87–104. URL: doi:10.1016/j.ijar.2016.05.007
  12. Liverani S., Lavigne A. and Blangiardo M. (2016) Modelling collinear and spatially correlated data. Spatial and Spatio-temporal epidemiology, 18, 63-73. URL doi:10.1016/j.sste.2016.04.003
  13. Mattei F., Liverani S., Guida F., Matrat M., Cenée S., Sanchez M., Luce D., Richardson S., Stücker I., and the Icare Study Group. (2016) A multidimensional analysis of the effect of occupational exposure to organic solvents on lung cancer risk: the ICARE study. Occupational and environmental medicine 73 (6), 368-377 URL doi:10.1136/oemed-2015-103177
  14. Coker E., Liverani S., Ghosh J., Jerrett M., Beckerman B., Su J., Li A., Ritz B., Molitor J. (2016) Multi-pollutant exposure profiles associated with term low birth weight in Los Angeles County. Environment international 91, 1-13 URL doi:10.1016/j.envint.2016.02.011
  15. Coker E., Jerrett M., Ghosh J., Gomez–Rubio V., Beckerman B., Cockburn M., Liverani S., Su J., Li A., Ritz B., Molitor J. (2015) Geography of Risk: Modeling Spatial Effects of Air Pollutants on Preterm Birth and Low Birth Weight in Los Angeles County. Environmental Research 142, 354-364. URL doi:10.1016/j.envres.2015.06.044
  16. Pirani, M., Best, N., Blangiardo, M., Liverani, S., Atkinson, R. W., and G. W. Fuller (2015) Analysing the health effects of simultaneous exposure to physical and chemical properties of airborne particles. Environment International, 79, 56-64. URL
  17. Liverani, S. ∗ , Hastie, D. I. ∗ , Azizi, L., Papathomas, M. and Richardson, S. (2015) PReMiuM: An R package for Profile Regression Mixture Models using Dirichlet Processes. Journal of Statistical Software, 64(7), 1-30. URL
  18. Hastie, D. I. ∗ , Liverani, S. ∗ and Richardson, S. (2015) Sampling from Dirichlet process mixture models with unknown concentration parameter: Mixing issues in large data implementations. Statistics and Computing 25 (5), 1023-1037. URL
  19. Molitor, J., Brown, I. J., Papathomas, M., Molitor, N., Liverani, S., Chan, Q., Richardson, S., Van Horn, L., Daviglus, M. L., Stamler, J. and Elliott, P. (2014) Blood pressure differences associated with DASH-like lower sodium compared with typical American higher sodium nutrient profile: INTERMAP USA. Hypertension 64 (6), 1198-1204. URL
  20. Liverani S. and Cantwell, C. D. (2014) Elicitation and visualisation of uncertainty in electrograms for activation time maps. Proceedings of the 47th Scientific Meeting of the Italian Statistical Society, Cagliari, 2014.
  21. Hastie, D. I., Liverani, S., Azizi, L., Richardson, S. and Stucker I. (2013) A semi-parametric approach to estimate risk functions associated with multi-dimensional exposure profiles: application to smoking and lung cancer. BMC Medical Research Methodology. 13 (1), 129. URL
  22. Liverani, S. and Richardson, S. (2013) Contribution to the discussion of “How to find an appropriate clustering for mixed type variables with application to socio-economic stratification”. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series C. Vol. 176, pp. 53-96
  23. Liverani, S. and Blangiardo, M. (2012) Contribution to the discussion of “A Bayesian approach to complex clinical diagnoses: a case-study in child abuse”. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A. Vol. 62, pp. 309 – 369.
  24. Akacha ∗ , M., Fonseca ∗ , T. C. O. and Liverani ∗ , S. (2011). Data Mining for Longitudinal Data with Different Treatments. New Perspectives in Statistical Modeling and Data Analysis (S. Ingrassia, R. Rocci, M. Vichi, Eds.), Springer.
  25. Liverani, S.. and Petrucci, A. (2011). Spatial clustering of multivariate data using weighted MAX-SAT. New Perspectives in Statistical Modeling and Data Analysis (S. Ingrassia, R. Rocci, M. Vichi, Eds.), Springer.
  26. Monnier, A., Liverani, S, Bouvet, R., Jesson, B., Mosser, J., Corellou, F., Smith, J. Q. and Bouget, F.-Y. (2010). Light-regulated transcriptional networks in Ostreococcus provides insight into the biology and physiology of the marine eukaryotic picophytoplancton. BMC Genomics, 11:192. URL
  27. Liverani, S., Cussens, J. and Smith, J. Q. (2010). Searching a multivariate partition space using weighted MAX-SAT. F. Masulli, L. Peterson, and R. Tagliaferri (Eds.): CIBB2009, LNBI 6160, pp. 240–253, Springer. URL
  28. Liverani, S. (2009). Bayesian Clustering of Curves and the Search of the Partition Space. PhD Thesis, University of Warwick.
  29. Liverani, S., Anderson, P. E., Edwards, K. D., Millar, A. J. and Smith, J. Q. (2009). Efficient Utility-based Clustering over High Dimensional Partition Spaces. Bayesian Analysis, 4(3), pp. 539–572. URL
  30. Smith, J. Q., Anderson, P. E. and Liverani, S. (2008). Separation measures and the geometry of Bayes factor selection for classification. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B. 70(5), pp 957–980.
  31. Liverani, S. and Papavasiliou, A. (2006). Entropy based Adaptive Particle Filters. Proceedings of the NSSPW, September 13-15, 2006, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, UK.

∗ denotes joint first authors.

Other publications

  1. Liverani, S., Hastie, D. I and Richardson, S. (2013). Software Highlight – PReMiuM: An R package for Profile Regression Mixture Models using Dirichlet Processes. ISBA Bulletin. June 20 (2).
  2. Liverani, S. (2011). Weather Prediction. In Encyclopedia of Mathematics and Society. Eds. Greenwald, S. and Thomley, J., Golson Media, New York.
  3. Liverani, S. and Cantwell, C. D. (2010) PhD: does it make you smarter or dumber? GRADBritain, an online magazine by and for postgraduate students.

See also my Google Scholar profile.