Carla Maria Gonçalves de Macedo Moreira
University of Minho
Carla Moreira was born in 1972 in Germany. She completed a Degree in Mathematics in 1996 at the University of Minho and a PhD in Statistics at the University of Vigo in 2010. Since 2009, he has carried out research into several problems in Survival Analysis, more specifically in the investigation of statistical models that accommodate double truncation such as truncated-response regression, smoothed estimation of the truncated density function, and hypothesis testing for truncated semiparametric models, with biomedical applications.
She is a Researcher at the Centre of Mathematics of the University of Minho since 2019, colaborator in SiDOR research center and in the Public Health Institute of the University of Porto, where she was an integrated member from 2016-2018. She is also Principal Investigator in the project ‘SUMcohort: Advances in Survival analysis under double truncation and Multi-State models. Software development and cohort based-studies’. His main research areas are Survival Analysis and Multi-state Models; cohort studies and computational statistics.
Cortisol reactivity and negative affect among preterm infants at 12 months during a mother-infant interaction task
Infant Behavior and Development | 2023
Infancy | 2022
European Respiratory Journal | 2022
Scientific reports | 2022