Faculty

CHEUNG Siu Hung

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  • Research
  • Teaching
  • Published Works

Personal Page:http://faculty.sustc.edu.cn/profiles/zhangsh/en


Research interests:

Multiple comparisons, clinical trial, adaptive design


Positions Held:

2019.9 – present, Professor, Department of Statistics and Data Science, Southern University of Science and Technology

2008.9 – 2019.8, Professor, Department of Statistics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

1996.9 – 2008.8, Associate Professor, Department of Statistics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

1991.9 – 1996.8, Lecturer, Department of Statistics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong


Educational background:

Sociology: BA (Concordia 84); MA (Georgia 87)

Statistics: MS (Georgia 87); PhD (Temple 91)

 

Selected publications:

  1. Gao J, Su P, Hu F and Cheung SH (2019) Adaptive treatment allocation for comparative clinical studies with recurrent events data. Biometrics, In press.

  2. Lu TY, Chung KP, Poon WY and Cheung SH (2019) Response-adaptive treatment allocation for clinical studies with ordinal responses. Statistical Methods in Medical Research, In press.

  3. Xu W, Hu F and Cheung SH (2018) Adaptive designs for non-inferiority trials with multiple experimental treatments. Statistical Methods in Medical Research, 27, 3255-3270.

  4. Su PF and Cheung SH (2018) Response-adaptive treatment allocation for survival trials with clustered right-censored data. Statistics in Medicine, 37, 2427-2439.

  5.  Xu W, Gao J, Hu F and Cheung SH (2018) Response-adaptive treatment allocation for non-inferiority trials with heterogeneous variances. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 124, 168-179.

  6.  Zhong JJ, Wen MJ, Kwong KS and Cheung SH (2018) Testing of non-inferiority and superiority for three-arm clinical studies with multiple experimental treatments. Statistical Methods in Medical Research, 27, 1751-1765.

  7.  Huang LC, Wen MJ, Cheung SH and Kwong KS (2017) Non-inferiority studies with multiple reference treatments. Statistical Methods in Medical Research, 26, 1295-1307.

  8. Yang P, Cheung SH and Poon WY (2017) Multiple comparisons with two controls for ordered categorical responses. Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics, 27, 111-123. 

  9. Lu TY, Poon WY and Cheung SH (2016) Multiple comparisons of treatments with skewed ordinal responses. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 104, 223-232. 

  10. Kwong KS, Cheung SH and Hayter A (2016) Step-up procedures for non-inferiority tests with multiple experimental treatments. Statistical Methods in Medical Research, 25, 1290-1302.

  11. Lu TY, Poon WY and Cheung SH (2016) Comparison of two treatments with skewed ordinal responses. Statistics in Medicine, 35, 189-201.

  12. Lu TY, Poon WY and Cheung SH (2015) Multiple comparisons with a control for a latent variable model with ordered categorical responses. Statistical Methods in Medical Research, 24, 949-967.

  13. Chan WS, Cheung SH, Chow WK and Zhang LX (2015) A robust test for threshold-type non-linearity in multivariate time-series analysis. Journal of Forecasting, 34, 441-454.

  14. Huang LC, Wen MJ and Cheung SH (2015) Non-inferiority studies with multiple new treatments and heterogeneous variances. Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics, 25, 958-971.

  15. Lu TY, Poon WY and Cheung SH (2014) A unified framework for the comparison of treatments with ordinal responses. Psychometrika, 79, 605-620.

  16. Zhang LX, Hu F, Cheung SH and Chan WS (2014) Asymptotic properties of multi-color randomly reinforced Polya urns. Advances in Applied Probability, 46, 585-602.

  17. Cheung SH, Zhang LX, Hu F and Chan WS (2014) Covariate-adjusted response-adaptive designs for generalized linear models. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 149, 152-161

  18. Lin YQ, Kwong KS, Cheung SH, and Poon WY (2014) Step-up testing procedure for multiple comparisons with a control for a latent variable model with ordered categorical responses. Statistics in Medicine, 33, 3629-3638.

  19. Lin YQ, Cheung SH, Poon WY and Lu TY (2013) Pairwise comparisons with ordered categorical data.Statistics in Medicine, 32, 3192-3205.

  20. Kwong KS, Cheung SH, Hayter A and Wen MJ (2012) Extension of three-arm non-inferiority studies to trials with multiple new treatments. Statistics in Medicine, 31, 2833-2843.

  21. Kwong KS and Cheung SH (2012) Optimal design for p-value consistent step-up procedures for multiple comparisons with a control in direction-mixed families. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 56, 4157-4164.

  22. Zhang LX, Hu F, Cheung SH and Chan WS (2011) Immigrated urn models - theoretical properties and applications. Annals of Statistics. 39, 643-671.

  23. Li SH, Chan WS and Cheung SH (2011) Structural Changes in the Lee-Carter Mortality Indexes: Detection and Implications. North American Actuarial Journal, 15, 13-31.

  24. Kwong KS, Cheung SH and Wen MJ (2010) Sample size determination in step-up testing procedures for multiple comparisons with a control. Statistics in Medicine, 29, 2743-2756.

  25. Hung KC, Cheung SH, Chan WS and Zhang LX (2009) On a Robust Test for SETAR-Type Non-Linearity in Time Series Analysis. Journal of Forecasting, 28, 445-464.

  26. Chan WS, Zhang LX and Cheung SH (2009) Temporal aggregation of Markov-switching financial return models. Applied Stochastic Models in Business and Industry, 25, 359-383.

  27. Zhang LX, Chan WS, Cheung SH and Hung KC (2009) A note on the consistency of a robust estimator for threshold autoregressive processes. Statistics and Probability Letters, 79, 807-813.

  28. Hu F, Zhang LX, Cheung SH and Chan WS (2008) Doubly adaptive biased coin designs with delayed responses. The Canadian Journal of Statistics, 36, 541-559. 

  29. Chan WS, Cheung SH, Zhang LX and Wu KH (2008) Temporal aggregation of equity return time-series models. Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, 78, 172-180.

  30. Kwong KS, Cheung SH, Holland B and Wang Y (2007) Three p-value consistent procedures for multiple comparisons with a control in direction-mixed families. Statistics in Medicine, 26, 4253-4272.

  31. Zhang LX, Hu F, Cheung SH and Chan WS (2007) Asymptotic properties of covariate-adjusted response-adaptive designs. Annals of Statistics, 35, 1166-1182.

  32. Zhang LX, Chan WS, Cheung SH and Hu F (2007) A Generalized drop-the-loser Urn for Clinical Trials with Delayed Responses. Statistica Sinica, 17, 387-409.

  33. Sun R, Cheung SH and Zhang LX (2007) A generalized drop-the-loser rule for multi-treatment clinical trials. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 137, 2011-2023.

  34. Zhang LX, Hu F and Cheung SH (2006) Asymptotic theorems of sequential estimation-adjusted urn models. Annals of Applied Probability, 16, 340-369.

  35. Chan WS and Cheung SH (2005) A bivariate threshold time series model for analyzing Australian interest rates. Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, 68, 429-437.

  36. Cheung SH, Kwong KS, Chan WS and Leung SP (2004) Multiple comparisons with a control in families with both one-sided and two-sided hypotheses. Statistics in Medicine, 23, 2975-2988.

  37. Kwong KS, Cheung SH and Chan WS (2004) Multiple testing to establish superiority/equivalence of a new treatment compared with k standard treatments for unbalanced designs. Biometrics, 60, 491-498.

  38. Chan WS, Cheung SH and Wu KH (2004) Multiple Forecasts with Autoregressive Time Series Models: Case Studies. Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, 64, 421-430.

  39. Cheung SH, Wu KH and Quek AL (2003) Pairwise Comparisons in Each of Several Groups with Heterogeneous Variances. Biometrical Journal, 45, 325-334.

  40. Holland B and Cheung SH (2002) Family-wise Robustness Criteria for Multiple Comparisons Procedures. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society - Series B, 64, 63-77.

  41. Cheung SH, Wu KH and Lim SP (2002) Simultaneous Prediction Intervals for Multiple Comparisons with a Standard. Statistical Papers, 43, 337-347.

  42. Kwong KS, Holland B and Cheung SH (2002) A Modified Banjamini-Hochberg Multiple Comparisons Procedure for Controlling the False Discovery Rate. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 104, 351-362.

  43. Wong YW and Cheung SH (2000) Simultaneous Pairwise Multiple Comparisons in a Two-Way Analysis of Covariance Model. Journal of Applied Statistics, 27, 281-291.

  44. Chan WS, Lo WC and Cheung SH (1999) Return Transmission Among Stock Markets of Greater China. Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, 48, 515-522.

  45. Chan WS, Cheung SH and Wu KH (1999) On Exact Joint Forecast Regions for Vector Autoregressive Models. Journal of Applied Statistics, 26, 35-44.

  46. Cheung SH, Wu KH and Chan WS (1998) Simultaneous Prediction Intervals for Autoregressive-Integrated Moving-Average Models: A Comparative Study. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 28, 297-306.

  47. Cheung SH and Zhu HT (1998) Simultaneous One-Sided Pairwise Comparisons in a Two-Way Design. Biometrical Journal, 40, 613-625.

  48. Cheung SH and Wu Y (1998) The Power Function of the Maximum Studentized Range Test in a Two-Way Design. Statistics and Probability Letters, 38, 369-376.

  49. Cheung SH and Chan WS (1996) Simultaneous Confidence Intervals for Pairwise Multiple Comparisons in a Two-Way Unbalanced Design. Biometrics, 52, 463-472.

  50. Wu KH and Cheung SH (1994) Subset Selection for Normal Means in a Two-Way Design. Biometrical Journal, 36, 165-175.

  51. Cheung SH and Holland B (1994) A Step-Down Procedure for Multiple Tests of Treatment vs Control in Each of Several Groups. Statistics in Medicine, 13, 2261-2267.

  52. Chan WS and Cheung SH (1994) On Robust Estimation of Threshold Autoregressions. Journal of Forecasting, 13, 37-49.

  53. Cheung SH, Wu KH and Holland, B (1993) Simultaneous Prediction Intervals for All Pairwise Differences Among Several Future Sample Means. Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods, 22, 3087-3096.

  54. Cheung SH and Holland B (1992) Extension of Dunnett's Multiple Comparison Procedure with Differing Sample Sizes to the Case of Several Groups. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 14, 165-182.

  55. Cheung SH and Holland B (1991) Extension of Dunnett's Multiple Comparison Procedure to the Case of Several Groups. Biometrics, 47, 21-32.

  1. Gao J, Su P, Hu F and Cheung SH (2019) Adaptive treatment allocation for comparative clinical studies with recurrent events dataBiometrics, In press.

  2. Lu TY, Chung KP, Poon WY and Cheung SH (2019) Response-adaptive treatment allocation for clinical studies with ordinal responsesStatistical Methods in Medical Research, In press.

  3. Xu W, Hu F and Cheung SH (2018) Adaptive designs for non-inferiority trials with multiple experimental treatments. Statistical Methods in Medical Research, 27, 3255-3270.

  4. Su PF and Cheung SH (2018) Response-adaptive treatment allocation for survival trials with clustered right-censored data. Statistics in Medicine, 37, 2427-2439.

  5.  Xu W, Gao J, Hu F and Cheung SH (2018) Response-adaptive treatment allocation for non-inferiority trials with heterogeneous variances. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 124, 168-179.

  6.  Zhong JJ, Wen MJ, Kwong KS and Cheung SH (2018) Testing of non-inferiority and superiority for three-arm clinical studies with multiple experimental treatments. Statistical Methods in Medical Research, 27, 1751-1765.

  7.  Huang LC, Wen MJ, Cheung SH and Kwong KS (2017) Non-inferiority studies with multiple reference treatments. Statistical Methods in Medical Research, 26, 1295-1307.

  8. Yang P, Cheung SH and Poon WY (2017) Multiple comparisons with two controls for ordered categorical responses. Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics, 27, 111-123. 

  9. Lu TY, Poon WY and Cheung SH (2016) Multiple comparisons of treatments with skewed ordinal responses. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 104, 223-232. 

  10. Kwong KS, Cheung SH and Hayter A (2016) Step-up procedures for non-inferiority tests with multiple experimental treatments. Statistical Methods in Medical Research, 25, 1290-1302.

  11. Lu TY, Poon WY and Cheung SH (2016) Comparison of two treatments with skewed ordinal responses. Statistics in Medicine, 35, 189-201.

  12. Lu TY, Poon WY and Cheung SH (2015) Multiple comparisons with a control for a latent variable model with ordered categorical responses. Statistical Methods in Medical Research, 24, 949-967.

  13. Chan WS, Cheung SH, Chow WK and Zhang LX (2015) A robust test for threshold-type non-linearity in multivariate time-series analysis. Journal of Forecasting, 34, 441-454.

  14. Huang LC, Wen MJ and Cheung SH (2015) Non-inferiority studies with multiple new treatments and heterogeneous variances. Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics, 25, 958-971.

  15. Lu TY, Poon WY and Cheung SH (2014) A unified framework for the comparison of treatments with ordinal responses. Psychometrika, 79, 605-620.

  16. Zhang LX, Hu F, Cheung SH and Chan WS (2014) Asymptotic properties of multi-color randomly reinforced Polya urns. Advances in Applied Probability, 46, 585-602.

  17. Cheung SH, Zhang LX, Hu F and Chan WS (2014) Covariate-adjusted response-adaptive designs for generalized linear models. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 149, 152-161

  18. Lin YQ, Kwong KS, Cheung SH, and Poon WY (2014) Step-up testing procedure for multiple comparisons with a control for a latent variable model with ordered categorical responses. Statistics in Medicine, 33, 3629-3638.

  19. Lin YQ, Cheung SH, Poon WY and Lu TY (2013) Pairwise comparisons with ordered categorical data. Statistics in Medicine, 32, 3192-3205.

  20. Kwong KS, Cheung SH, Hayter A and Wen MJ (2012) Extension of three-arm non-inferiority studies to trials with multiple new treatments. Statistics in Medicine, 31, 2833-2843.

  21. Kwong KS and Cheung SH (2012) Optimal design for p-value consistent step-up procedures for multiple comparisons with a control in direction-mixed families. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 56, 4157-4164.

  22. Zhang LX, Hu F, Cheung SH and Chan WS (2011) Immigrated urn models - theoretical properties and applications. Annals of Statistics. 39, 643-671.

  23. Li SH, Chan WS and Cheung SH (2011) Structural Changes in the Lee-Carter Mortality Indexes: Detection and Implications. North American Actuarial Journal, 15, 13-31.

  24. Kwong KS, Cheung SH and Wen MJ (2010) Sample size determination in step-up testing procedures for multiple comparisons with a control. Statistics in Medicine, 29, 2743-2756.

  25. Hung KC, Cheung SH, Chan WS and Zhang LX (2009) On a Robust Test for SETAR-Type Non-Linearity in Time Series Analysis. Journal of Forecasting, 28, 445-464.

  26. Chan WS, Zhang LX and Cheung SH (2009) Temporal aggregation of Markov-switching financial return models. Applied Stochastic Models in Business and Industry, 25, 359-383.

  27. Zhang LX, Chan WS, Cheung SH and Hung KC (2009) A note on the consistency of a robust estimator for threshold autoregressive processes. Statistics and Probability Letters, 79, 807-813.

  28. Hu F, Zhang LX, Cheung SH and Chan WS (2008) Doubly adaptive biased coin designs with delayed responses. The Canadian Journal of Statistics, 36, 541-559. 

  29. Chan WS, Cheung SH, Zhang LX and Wu KH (2008) Temporal aggregation of equity return time-series models. Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, 78, 172-180.

  30. Kwong KS, Cheung SH, Holland B and Wang Y (2007) Three p-value consistent procedures for multiple comparisons with a control in direction-mixed families. Statistics in Medicine, 26, 4253-4272.

  31. Zhang LX, Hu F, Cheung SH and Chan WS (2007) Asymptotic properties of covariate-adjusted response-adaptive designs. Annals of Statistics, 35, 1166-1182.

  32. Zhang LX, Chan WS, Cheung SH and Hu F (2007) A Generalized drop-the-loser Urn for Clinical Trials with Delayed Responses. Statistica Sinica, 17, 387-409.

  33. Sun R, Cheung SH and Zhang LX (2007) A generalized drop-the-loser rule for multi-treatment clinical trials. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 137, 2011-2023.

  34. Zhang LX, Hu F and Cheung SH (2006) Asymptotic theorems of sequential estimation-adjusted urn models. Annals of Applied Probability, 16, 340-369.

  35. Chan WS and Cheung SH (2005) A bivariate threshold time series model for analyzing Australian interest rates. Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, 68, 429-437.

  36. Cheung SH, Kwong KS, Chan WS and Leung SP (2004) Multiple comparisons with a control in families with both one-sided and two-sided hypotheses. Statistics in Medicine, 23, 2975-2988.

  37. Kwong KS, Cheung SH and Chan WS (2004) Multiple testing to establish superiority/equivalence of a new treatment compared with k standard treatments for unbalanced designs. Biometrics, 60, 491-498.

  38. Chan WS, Cheung SH and Wu KH (2004) Multiple Forecasts with Autoregressive Time Series Models: Case Studies. Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, 64, 421-430.

  39. Cheung SH, Wu KH and Quek AL (2003) Pairwise Comparisons in Each of Several Groups with Heterogeneous Variances. Biometrical Journal, 45, 325-334.

  40. Holland B and Cheung SH (2002) Family-wise Robustness Criteria for Multiple Comparisons Procedures. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society - Series B, 64, 63-77.

  41. Cheung SH, Wu KH and Lim SP (2002) Simultaneous Prediction Intervals for Multiple Comparisons with a Standard. Statistical Papers, 43, 337-347.

  42. Kwong KS, Holland B and Cheung SH (2002) A Modified Banjamini-Hochberg Multiple Comparisons Procedure for Controlling the False Discovery Rate. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 104, 351-362.

  43. Wong YW and Cheung SH (2000) Simultaneous Pairwise Multiple Comparisons in a Two-Way Analysis of Covariance Model. Journal of Applied Statistics, 27, 281-291.

  44. Chan WS, Lo WC and Cheung SH (1999) Return Transmission Among Stock Markets of Greater China. Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, 48, 515-522.

  45. Chan WS, Cheung SH and Wu KH (1999) On Exact Joint Forecast Regions for Vector Autoregressive Models. Journal of Applied Statistics, 26, 35-44.

  46. Cheung SH, Wu KH and Chan WS (1998) Simultaneous Prediction Intervals for Autoregressive-Integrated Moving-Average Models: A Comparative Study. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 28, 297-306.

  47. Cheung SH and Zhu HT (1998) Simultaneous One-Sided Pairwise Comparisons in a Two-Way Design. Biometrical Journal, 40, 613-625.

  48. Cheung SH and Wu Y (1998) The Power Function of the Maximum Studentized Range Test in a Two-Way Design. Statistics and Probability Letters, 38, 369-376.

  49. Cheung SH and Chan WS (1996) Simultaneous Confidence Intervals for Pairwise Multiple Comparisons in a Two-Way Unbalanced Design. Biometrics, 52, 463-472.

  50. Wu KH and Cheung SH (1994) Subset Selection for Normal Means in a Two-Way Design. Biometrical Journal, 36, 165-175.

  51. Cheung SH and Holland B (1994) A Step-Down Procedure for Multiple Tests of Treatment vs Control in Each of Several Groups. Statistics in Medicine, 13, 2261-2267.

  52. Chan WS and Cheung SH (1994) On Robust Estimation of Threshold Autoregressions. Journal of Forecasting, 13, 37-49.

  53. Cheung SH, Wu KH and Holland, B (1993) Simultaneous Prediction Intervals for All Pairwise Differences Among Several Future Sample Means. Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods, 22, 3087-3096.

  54. Cheung SH and Holland B (1992) Extension of Dunnett's Multiple Comparison Procedure with Differing Sample Sizes to the Case of Several Groups. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 14, 165-182.

  55. Cheung SH and Holland B (1991) Extension of Dunnett's Multiple Comparison Procedure to the Case of Several Groups. Biometrics, 47, 21-32.



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