Felix Held

Doctoral Student at Chalmers, Mathematical Sciences, Applied Mathematics and Statistics

My research is on statistical methods for description and estimation of undirected graphs describing the interrelations of genes and other biomarkers in cell samples from cancer patients. I am particularly interested in graphical models, Bayesian inference and variational methods as well as Bayesian sampling methods (MCMC, SMC, …).

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Showing 5 publications

2019

Modelling of oscillatory cortisol response in horses using a Bayesian population approach for evaluation of dexamethasone suppression test protocols

Felix Held, Carl Ekstrand, Marija Cvijovic et al
Journal of Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics
Journal article
2018

Bayesian hierarchical model of oscillatory cortisol response during drug intervention

Felix Held, Carl Ekstrand, Edmund Hoppe et al
Conference poster
2018

Modelling of drug-effect on time-varying biomarkers

Felix Held
Licentiate thesis
2017

Quantitative Assessment of Drug Delivery to Tissues and Association with Phospholipidosis: A Case Study with Two Structurally Related Diamines in Development

Irena Loryan, Edmund Hoppe, Klaus Hansen et al
Molecular Pharmaceutics. Vol. 14 (12), p. 4362-4373
Journal article

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