Dr. Klingenberg received his Ph.D. in Statistics from the University of Florida and currently is associate professor of statistics at Williams College where he teaches courses in both introductory and advanced statistics. His research focuses on categorical data analysis, especially on the problem of multiple comparisons, simultaneous inference and meta analysis. Throughout his career, Dr. Klingenberg has provided statistical consulting to academia and businesses, including collaborations with medical universities and energy companies.
Rice, A.D., Patterson, K., Reed, E.D., Wurn, B.F., Klingenberg, B., King III, C.R., & Wurn, L.W. (2016). Treating small bowel obstruction with a manual physical therapy: A prospective efficacy study. BioMed Research International, 2016: 7610387. doi: 10.1155/2016/7610387
Klingenberg, B. and Satopaa, V. (2013), “Simultaneous confidence intervals for comparing margins of multivariate binary data”, Computational Statistics & Data Analysis, in press.
Klingenberg, B. (2012), “Simultaneous score bounds for risk differences in multiple comparison to a control”, Computational Statistics & Data Analysis (56), 1079-1089.
Klingenberg, B. (2010), “Simultaneous confidence bounds for relative risks in multiple comparisons to control “, Statistics in Medicine (29), 3232-3244.
Klingenberg, B. (2009), “Proof of Concept and dose estimation with binary responses under model uncertainty”, Statistics in Medicine (28), 274-292.
Klingenberg, B. (2008), “Dose-Response Modelling with Bivariate Binary Data under Model Uncertainty”, Proceedings of the 23rd International Workshop on Statistical Modelling, Utrecht, 297-302.
Klingenberg, B., Solari, A., Salmaso, L. and Pesarin, F. (2008) “Testing Marginal Homogeneity against Stochastic Order in Multivariate Ordinal Data”, Biometrics (65), 452-462.
Klingenberg, B. (2008), “Regression Models for Binary Time Series with Gaps”, Computational Statistics and Data Analysis (52), 4076-4090.
Klingenberg, B. and Agresti, A. (2006), “Multivariate Extensions of McNemar’s Test”, Biometrics (62), 921-928.
Agresti, A. and Klingenberg, B., (2005), “Multivariate Tests Comparing Two Vectors of Binomial Probabilities, with Application to Safety Studies for Drugs”, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series C (54), 691–706