Zehang Richard Li

PhD student
Department of Statistics
University of Washington

Padelford Hall C14-G
Seattle, WA 98195
Phone: +1 (206) 902 7951
Email: lizehang (at) uw.edu

Github: @richardli
Google Scholar: Zehang Richard Li

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Work in progress

Bayesian latent Gaussian graphical models for mixed data with marginal prior information,
Zehang Richard Li, Tyler H McCormick, and Samuel J Clark. 2017. [arXiv]

Changes in the spatial distribution of child mortality - homogeneity and inequalities: small-area analysis of DHS surveys,
Zehang Richard Li, Jessica Godwin, Yuan Hsiao, Bryan Martin, Jon Wakefield, and Samuel J Clark. 2017.


Statistical Methodology

An Expectation Conditional Maximization approach for Gaussian graphical models,
Zehang Richard Li, and Tyler H McCormick. Submitted, 2017. [arXiv]

Probabilistic cause-of-death assignment using verbal autopsies,
Tyler H McCormick, Zehang Richard Li, Clara Calvert, Amelia Crampin, Kathleen Kahn, and Samuel J Clark. To appear, Journal of the American Statistical Association, 2016. [arXiv, software, poster]

Forecasting online auctions via self-exciting point processes,
Ngai Hang Chan, Zehang Richard Li, and Chun Yip Yau. Journal of Forecasting, 33(7):501-514, 2015.


Global Health
Trends in the burden of HIV mortality after roll-out of antiretroviral therapy in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: an observational community cohort study,
Georges Reniers, Sylvia Blom, Clara Calvert, Alexandra Martin-Onraet, Abraham J Herbst, Jeffrey W Eaton, Jacob Bor, Emma Slaymaker, Zehang Richard Li, and Samuel J Clark. The lancet HIV 4.3 (2017): e113-e121., 2017.

Tuberculosis mortality and the male survival deficit in rural South Africa: an observational community cohort study,
Sylvia Blom , Georges Reniers, Judith Lieber, Kobus Herbst, Clara Calvert, Jacob Bor, Till Barnighausen, Basia Zaba, Zehang Richard Li, Samuel J Clark, Alison Grant, Richard Lessells, Jeffrey Eaton, and Victoria Hosegood. PLOS ONE (accepted), 2017


Working Papers

Verbal Autopsy Analysis Using openVA,
Zehang Richard Li, Tyler H McCormick, and Samuel J Clark, 2017.

InterVA4: An R Package to Analyze Verbal Autopsy Data,
Zehang Richard Li, Tyler H McCormick, and Samuel J Clark.
CSSS Working Paper, No.146, 2014. [software]

InSilicoVA: A Method to Automate Cause of Death Assignment for Verbal Autopsy,
Samuel J Clark, Tyler H McCormick, Zehang Richard Li, and Jon Wakefield. CSSS Working Paper, No.133, 2013.