Sue M. Marcus, PhD
Dr. Marcus has been involved in developing statistical methods for evaluating the efficacy of interventions such as Head Start and treatment for children with ADHD, and she is a Scientific Advisor to the NIMH multi-site trial, Treatment of Resistent Depression in Adolescents Study. Her research interests include the design and analysis of mental health interventions, including causal inference for parallel randomized and nonrandomized clinical trials, propensity score analysis, causal inference for longitudinal randomized trials, and causal inference for biological psychiatry.
- Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Biomathematics, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York
- PhD, 1993, University of Pennsylvania, The Wharton School, Statistics
- Marcus, S., Lewin, D., Martinez, J., Ray, S., Goetz, R., Mosovich, S., Gorman, L., Barlow, D., Shear, K., Woods, S., & Gorman, J. (in press). A comparison of medication adverse event reports by panic disorder patients with and without concomitant cognitive behavioral therapy. American Journal of Psychiatry.
- Tannen, R. L., Weiner, M. G., & Marcus, S. M. (in press). Feasibility of simulating the Syst-Eur randomized trial using a primary care electronic medical record, Journal of Clinical Epidemiology.
- Leow, C., Boruch, R., Marcus, S., & Zanutto, E. (2004). Effects of advanced course-taking on math and science achievement: Addressing selection bias using propensity scores. American Journal of Evaluation, 25(4), 461-478.
- Weissman, E., Kushner, M., Marcus, S., & Davis D. (2003). Increase in PTSD patient volume in the VA Ã± New York/New Jersey Metropolitan Area following the September 11 terrorist attacks. Psychiatric Services, 54, 1641-1643.
- Dracheva, S., Elhakem, S. L., Marcus, S. M., Siever, L. J., McGurk, S. R., & Haroutunian, V. (2003). RNA editing and alternative splicing of human serotonin 2C receptor in schizophrenia. Journal of Neurochemistry, 87, 1402-1412.