Epidemiology and Biostatistics
BS, Mathematics, University of Tehran, MS, Mathematics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; PhD, Statistics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Issa Zakeri’s research interests include biostatistics, functional data analysis, multivariate analysis and statistical learning. His methodological research has been motivated by and closely related to his applied interests in behavioral, biological and medical sciences. In particular, he has methodological and applied research interests related to obesity prevention and energy expenditure, and have engaged in obesity prevention research at the biologic, clinical and community levels.
- Data Analysis Methods
- Statistical Modeling
Butte NF, Liu Y, Zakeri IF, Mohney PR, Mehta N, Vourganti VS, Goring H, and Comuzzie AG. Global metabolomic profiling targeting childhood obesity in the Hispanic population. (2015) American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 102(2):256-67.
Butte NF, Wong WW, Lee JS, Adolph AL, Puyau MR, and Zakeri IF. (2014) Prediction of Energy Expenditure and Physical Activity in Preschoolers. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 46(6):1216-26.
Yang Y, Adolph A, Puyau M, Vohra F, Butte N, and Zakeri I. (2013). Modeling Energy Expenditure in Children and Adolescents using Quantile Regression. Journal of Applied Physiology 115(2):251-9.
Zakeri I, Adolph A, Puyau MR, Vohra FA, Butte N. (2013) Cross-sectional Time Series and Multivariate Adaptive Regression Splines Models Using Accelerometers and Heart Rate Predict Energy Expenditure of Preschoolers. The Journal of Nutrition 143(1): 114-122
Barati Z, Zakeri I, Pourrezaei K. (2013) Functional Data Analysis View of Functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy Data. Journal of Biomedical Optics 18(11): 117007-1-13
Zakeri I, Adolph A, Puyau MR, Vohra FA, Butte N. Multivariate Adaptive Regression Splines (MARS) Models for the Prediction of Energy Expenditure in Children and Adolescents. (2010). Journal of Applied Physiology 108(1): 128-136.
PBHL 622 Statistical Inference I
PBHL 684 Statistical Inference II
PBHL 696 Nonparametric and Semiparametric Models