Heidi Seibold

Heidi Seibold, MSc

PhD candidate

Phone: +41 44 63 44623


Short Biography

I joined the Biostatistics Unit in June 2014. Since December 2014 I am a PhD candidate in the PhD program “Epidemiology and Biostatistics” under the supervision of Torsten Hothorn. My PhD topic is subgroup analyses and personalised medicine using model-based recursive partitioning.
Before coming to Zurich I studied Statistics at the LMU in Munich and had two working student positions there. One at the Statistical Consulting Unit (StaBLab) and one at the Institut für medizinische Informationsverarbeitung, Biometrie und Epidemiologie (IBE).

Curriculum vitae

Publications and Technical Reports

See also my ORCID Profile or download the Bibtex-File (BIB, 2 KB).

Seibold, Heidi; Zeileis, Achim; Hothorn, Torsten (2017). Individual treatment effect prediction for ALS patients. Statistical Methods in Medical Research:Epub ahead of print.

Casalicchio, Giuseppe; Bossek, Jakob; Lang, Michel; Kirchhoff, Dominik; Kerschke, Pascal; Hofner, Benjamin; Seibold, Heidi; Vanschoren, Joaquin; Bischl, Bernd (2017). OpenML: An R Package to Connect to the Networked Machine Learning Platform OpenML. Cornell University: ArXiv e-prints.

Seibold, Heidi; Zeileis, Achim; Hothorn, Torsten (2016). Model-Based Recursive Partitioning for Subgroup Analyses. International Journal of Biostatistics, 12(1):45-63.

Seibold, Heidi; Hothorn, Torsten; Zeileis, Achim (2016). Generalised Linear Model Trees with Global Additive Effects. Cornell University: ArXiv e-prints.

Seibold, Heidi; Bernau, Christoph; Boulesteix, Anne-Laure; De Bin, Riccardo (2016). On the choice and influence of the number of boosting steps. Department of Statistics: Technical Reports: LMU.

Belotti, Elisa; Weder, Nicole; Bufka, Luděk; Kaldhusdal, Arne; Küchenhoff, Helmut; Seibold, Heidi; Woelfing, Benno; Heurich, Marco (2015). Patterns of Lynx Predation at the Interface between Protected Areas and Multi-Use Landscapes in Central Europe. PLoS ONE, 10(9):e0138139.

Ray, Rena-Rebecca; Seibold, Heidi; Heurich, Marco (2014). Invertebrates outcompete vertebrate facultative scavengers in simulated lynx kills in the Bavarian Forest National Park, Germany. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation, 37(1):77-88.