**Mirjam Moerbeek** is an associate professor at Utrecht University, the Netherlands. She obtained her master degree in biometrics from Wageningen Agricultural University (1996, cum laude) and her PhD in applied statistics from Maastricht University (2000). She has received prestigious research grants from the Netherlands’ Society for Scientific Research (NWO) as well as grants to hire PhD students. Her research interests are statistical power analysis and optimal experimental design, especially for hierarchical and survival data. Her research has been published in over fifty international peer-reviewed journal papers, four book chapters, one book, many non-reviewed publications and (invited) conference presentations. She was involved in organizing a colloquium and master class on Cost Efficient and Optimal Designs for the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), was chair of the local organization committee of the VI European Congres of Methodology and is the joint organizer of the biennial International Conference on Multilevel Analysis.

My book "Power analysis of trials with multilevel data"

- 1991-1996 MSc in Biometrics (cum laude) at Wageningen Agricultural University.
- 1996 teaching assistant at Wageningen Agricultural University, Department of Mathematics.
- 1996-2000 PhD in statistics at Maastricht University, Department of Methodology and Statistics. Title thesis: Design and analysis of multilevel intervention studies.
- 2000 visiting fellow at University of California at Los Angeles, Department of Biostatistics.
- 2000-2001 postdoc at National Institute of Public Health and the Environment (RIVM).
- 2001 assistant professor at Utrecht University, Department of Methodology and Statistics.
- 2003 member of the Interuniversity Graduate School of Psychometrics and Sociometrics (IOPS).
- 2003 awarded a research grant from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) for young excellent researchers (VENI grant; 200.000 Euros). Project title: Powerful and cost-efficient designs for multilevel and longitudinal intervention studies in the social sciences.
- 2006 awarded a grant from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) to hire a PhD student for five years (NWO-Open Competition; 200.000 Euros). Project title: Robustness issues for cluster randomized trials.
- 2008 awarded a grant from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) for excellent researchers (VIDI grant; 600.000 Euros). Project title: Improving statistical power in studies on event occurence by using an optimal design.
- 2009 Aawarded a grant from Nijmegen Centre for Evidence Based Practice (Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre) to hire a PhD student. Project title: Improved methods for studies that compare the well-being of groups (‘clusters’) of elderly when there are only few clusters.
- 2009 associate professor at Utrecht University, Department of Methodology and Statistics.
- 2009-now Joint organizer of the biennial International Conference on Multilevel Analysis.
- 2011 Joint organizer of a symposium on “Cost-efficient and optimal designs for social and biomedical sciences”. This symposium is financed by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences. Joint organization with prof. dr. Martijn P.F. Berger and dr. G.J.P. van Breukelen, Maastricht University.
- 2012 Registration Biostatistician, Biometrical section, Netherlands Society for Statistics and Operations Research.
- 2013 Academic editor PLOS-ONE.
- 2014 Chair of the local organization committee VI European Congress of Methodology. Large-scale conference with about 350 participants.
- 2015 Member scientific organization committee 36
^{th}Annual conference of the International Society of Clinical Biostatistics. - 2016. Member scientific organization committee VI European Congress of Methodology
- 2016 General secretary executive committee European Association of Methodology

*Open Journal of Statistics*, 7 (7), (pp. 305-322) (18 p.).

*Statistica Neerlandica*, 70 (2), (pp. 146-171).

*BMC Medical Research Methodology*, 16 (1) (10 p.).

*Power analysis of trials with multilevel data*. (268 p.). Boca Raton: CRC Press.

*Journal of Clinical Epidemiology*, 68 (12), (pp. 1406) (1414 p.).

*Methodology*, 11 (4), (pp. 117) (118 p.).

*Statistics in Medicine*, 34 (22), (pp. 3060-3074) (15 p.).

*Statistics in Medicine*, 34 (27), (pp. 3490-3502) (13 p.).

*Journal of Affective Disorders*, 185, (pp. 135-143) (9 p.).

*Methodology*, 11 (2), (pp. 55-64) (10 p.).

*SPA-ML. A software package for power analysis of trials with mulitlevel data. Department of Methodology and Statistics, Faculty of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Utrecht University. To be found at tinyurl.com/spaml*.

*Frontiers in Psychology*, 5 (7 p.).

*Cluster randomized trials, stepped-wedge randomized trials: the ultimate form of pragmatic trials?*

*Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism*, 65 (2-3), (pp. 121-128) (8 p.).

*Statistica Neerlandica*, 68 (1), (pp. 43-60) (18 p.).

*Statistics in Medicine*, 33 (19), (pp. 3253-3268) (16 p.).

*Structural Equation Modeling*, 21 (1), (pp. 63-67) (5 p.).

*Computational Statistics and Data Analysis*, 75, (pp. 217-226) (10 p.).

*Clinical Trials*, 10, (pp. 32-42) (11 p.).

*Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics*, 38 (4), (pp. 355-380) (26 p.).

*The SAGE handbook of multilevel modeling*(pp. 183-199) (17 p.). SAGE.

*Zeitschrift für Psychologie*, 221 (3), (pp. 160-173) (14 p.).

*OA Epidemiology*, 1 (3).

*Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference*, 143, (pp. 971-982) (12 p.).

*Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine*, 111, (pp. 115-127) (13 p.).

*Journal of Clinical Epidemiology*, 66 (7), (pp. 752-758) (7 p.).

*Computational Statistics and Data Analysis*, 56, (pp. 2086-2096) (10 p.).

*Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics*, 37 (5), (pp. 630-654) (24 p.).

*Methodology*, 8 (4), (pp. 146-158) (13 p.).

*Journal of Clinical Epidemiology*, 65 (2), (pp. 132-137) (6 p.).

*Behavior Research Methods & Instrumentation*, 43, (pp. 1003-1013) (11 p.).

*Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics*, 36 (4), (pp. 474-490) (17 p.).

*Methodology*, 7 (1), (pp. 11-24) (14 p.).

*Psychotherapy Research*, 20 (3), (pp. 273-284) (12 p.).

*European Journal of Pain*, 14, (pp. 176-182) (7 p.).

*STAtOR*, 10 (1), (pp. 17-21) (5 p.).

*The Handbook of Advanced Multilevel Analysis*(pp. 257-281) (25 p.). Routledge.

*Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics*, 35 (5), (pp. 566-585) (20 p.).

*STAtOR*, 11 (3), (pp. 9-12) (4 p.).

*Psychology of Addictive Behaviors*, 23 (1), (pp. 146-151) (6 p.).

*Handbook of quantitative multilevel analysis*(pp. 177-205) (29 p.). Springer.

*Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics*, 33, (pp. 41-61) (21 p.).

*Clinical Trials*, 5, (pp. 486-495) (10 p.).

*Statistics in Medicine*, 27, (pp. 2850-2864) (15 p.).

*Methodology*, 4, (pp. 67-72) (6 p.).

*Statistics in Medicine*, 26, (pp. 4100-4115) (16 p.).

*Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior*, 86, (pp. 368-376) (9 p.).

*Springer handbook of engineering statistics*(pp. 705-718) (14 p.). London: Springer.

*Statistics in Medicine*, 25 (15), (pp. 2607-2617) (11 p.).

*Toxicological Sciences*, 84, (pp. 167-185) (19 p.).

*Communications in Statistics - Theory and Methods*, 34 (5), (pp. 1151-1167) (17 p.).

*Hormone Research*, 64, (pp. 77-87) (11 p.).

*American Statistician*, 59 (1), (pp. 72-78) (7 p.).

*Computational Statistics and Data Analysis*, 48 (4), (pp. 765-778) (14 p.).

*Risk Analysis*, 24, (pp. 31-40) (10 p.).

*Multivariate Behavioral Research*, (pp. 129-149) (21 p.).

*Recent Developments and Applications in Social Research Methodology*The Netherlands, Amsterdam, Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Logic and Methodology.

*Journal of Clinical Epidemiology*, 56 (4), (pp. 341-350) (10 p.).

*Computational Statistics*, 18 (1), (pp. 19-37) (19 p.).

*Understanding Statistics*, 2 (3), (pp. 151-175) (25 p.).

*Zeg nou zelf. Tevredenheid van medewerkers binnen de RO 1998-2002*. Amersfoort: Prisma.

*Journal of Official Statistics*, 18, (pp. 291-303) (13 p.).

*Kwantitatieve Methoden*

*Kwantitatieve Methoden*, 22, (pp. 51-73) (23 p.).

*Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series D, The statistician*, 50 (1), (pp. 17-30) (14 p.).

*Communications in Statistics - Theory and Methods*, 30 (12), (pp. 2683-2697) (15 p.).

*Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics*, 25 (4), (pp. 271-284) (14 p.).

*Kwantitatieve Methoden*, 20, (pp. 165-166) (2 p.).

*Mathematical Biosciences*, 141 (2), (pp. 115-148) (34 p.).

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Mirjam Moerbeek is an expert in optimal design and statistical power analysis, in particular for trials with multilevel data or survival endpoints in discrete time.

She has written the book "Statistical power analysis of trials with multilevel data", of which Steven Teerenstra from Radboud University Nijmegen is a coauthor. This book was published in 2016 by CRC press and is accompanied by a freeware computer program to perform the power analyses. This program can be downloaded from tinyurl.com/spaml.

The contents of the book are as follows:

- Introduction
- Multilevel statistical models
- Concepts of statistical power analysis
- Cluster randomized trials
- Improving statistical power in cluster randomized trials
- Multisite trials
- Pseudo cluster randomized trials
- Individually randomized group treatment trials
- Longitudinal intervention studies
- Extensions: three levels of nesting and factorial designs
- The problem of unknown intraclass correlation coefficients
- Computer software for power calculations

- Methodological and statistical aspects of social science research (elective course academic master programmes).

- Multilevel analysis (postgraduate and research master level)

- Multivariate statistics (research master)

**Links**

International research master Methodology and Statistics for the Behavioural, Biomedical and Social Sciences

Academic Editor PLOS-ONE

General secretary executive committee European Association of Methodology

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