PD Dr. 

Nadine Binder

Institute of General Practice/Family Medicine, Faculty of Medicine and Medical Center, University of Freiburg
Stefan-Meier-Str. 26, 79104 Freiburg


Selected Publications

Binder N, Dette H, Franz J, Zöller D, Suarez-Ibarrola R, Gratzke C, Binder H, and Miernik A. Data mining in urology: Understanding real-world treatment pathways for lower urinary tract systems via exploration of big data. European Urology Focus 2022;8:391–393.

Binder N, Möllenhoff K, Sigle A, and Dette H. Similarity of competing risks models with constant intensities in an application to clinical healthcare pathways involving prostate cancer surgery. Statistics in Medicine 2022;41:3804–3819.

Binder N, Lederer AK, Michels KB, and Binder H. Assessing mediating effects of high-dimensional microbiome measurements in dietary intervention studies. Biometrical Journal 2021;63:1366–1374.

Blümle A, Haag T, Balmford J, Rücker G, Schumacher M, and Binder N. A multi-state model analysis of the time from ethical approval to publication of clinical research studies. PLoS One 2020;15:e0230797.

Binder N, Balmford J, and Schumacher M. A multi-state model based reanalysis of the Framingham heart study: Is dementia incidence really declining? European Journal of Epidemiology 2019;34:1075–1083.

Binder N, Blümle A, Balmford J, Motschall E, Oeller P, and Schumacher M. Cohort studies were found to be frequently biased by missing disease information due to death. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 2019;105:68–79.

Binder N, Herrnböck AS, and Schumacher M. Estimating hazard ratios in cohort data with missing disease information due to death. Biometrical Journal 2017;59:251–269.

Binder N, Gerds TA, and Andersen PK. Pseudo-observations for competing risks with covariate dependent censoring. Lifetime Data Analysis 2014;20:303–315.

Binder N and Schumacher M. Missing information caused by death leads to bias in relative risk estimates. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 2014;67:1111–1120.

Rogacev KS, Cremers B, Zawada AM, Seiler S, Binder N, Ege P, Große-Dunker G, Heisel I, Hornof F, Jeken J, Rebling NM, Ulrich C, Scheller B, Böhm M, Fliser D, and Heine GH. CD14++CD16+ monocytes independently predict cardiovascular events: a cohort study of 951 patients referred for elective coronary angiography. Journal of the American College of Cardiology 2012;60:1512–1520.

Administrative Manager

Marc Schumacher

Institute of Medical Biometry and Statistics,
Faculty of Medicine and Medical Center –
University of Freiburg