Joel Correa da Rosa, PhD
Dr. da Rosa obtained his PhD in statistics in 2005 from the Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and went up the ranks to become the Director of the Laboratory of Statistics (LES-UFF) of Federal Fluminense University (UFF), Niteroi/Brazil, a position he held from 2010-2012.
From 2012-2017, Dr. da Rosa worked as a Research Associate / Biostatistician at the Rockefeller University Hospital, New York. In late 2017, Dr. da Rosa joined the Biostatistics team at Mount Sinai Health System in New York.
Since 2014, Dr. da Rosa has been involved with review and conduct of statistical analysis on a very large keloid dataset. His work thought multivariate analysis has led to the discovery of very interesting correlations between age of onset of keloids and a host of factors such as ethnicity and location of keloid lesions.
Dr. da Rosa is also a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Keloid Research.
- Akat, K. M., Moore-McGriff, D., Morozov, P., Brown, M., Gogakos, T., Correa Da Rosa, J., Mihailovic, A., Sauer, M., Ji, R., Ramarathnam, A., et al. Comparative RNA-sequencing analysis of myocardial and circulating small RNAs in human heart failure and their utility as biomarkers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 1-6. (2014)
- Dhingra, N., Shemer, A., Correa da Rosa, J., Rozenblit, M., Suárez-Fariñas, M., Fuentes-Duculan, J., Gittler, J. K., Finney, R., Czarnowicki, T., Zheng, X., et al. Molecular profiling of contact dermatitis skin identifies allergen-dependent differences in immune response. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. (2014)
- Gulati,N., Suárez-Fariñas, M., Fuentes-Duculan, J., Gileaudeau, P., Sullivan-Whalen, M., Correa da Rosa, J., Cueto, I., Mitsui, H., Krueger, J.G. Molecular Characterization of Human Skin Response to Diphencyprone at Peak and Resolution Phases: Therapeutic Insights. Journal of Investigative Dermatology (2014)
- Passos, M.R., Damião Jr, C., Salciarini, R.J., Machado, L.M., Correa da Rosa, J., Barreto, M.C., Salles, R.S., Barreto, N.A., Ferreira, D.C. Temporal distribution of anti-HIV serologic tests demand and positivity in a Municipal Central Laboratory: is there increased after Carnival? Brazilian journal of sexually transmitted diseases (2013)
- Silva, P.V., Cruz, R.S, Keim, L.S, Paula, G.R, Carvalho, B.T.F, Coelho, L.R., Carvalho, M.C.S, Correa da Rosa, J., Figueiredo, A.M. and Teixeira, L.A. The antimicrobial susceptibility, biofilm formation and genotypic profiles of Staphylococcus haemolyticus from bloodstream infections. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, 108 (6). (2013)
- Nogueira L., da Silva D.G., Oliveira T.Y., Correa da Rosa J., Felício A.A., de Almeida E.A. Biochemical response in armored catfish (Pterygoplichthys anisitsi) after short-term exposure to diesel oil, pure biodiesel, and biodiesel blends. Chemosphere (2013)
- Bastos, L.S., Correa da Rosa, J. Predicting probabilities for the 2010 FIFA world cup games using a Poisson-Gamma model. Journal of Applied Statistics, pages 1–12. (2013)
- Constantino, V; Higa, A.R., Silva, L.D. and Correa da Rosa, J.M. Effects of production methods and plantation teams on the growth of Pinus Taeda Linnaeus. IPEF Scientia Forestalis, v.38, p. 355-366 (2010).
- Souza, L.V., Pozo, A. Correa da Rosa, J., Neto, A.C. Applying correlation to enhance boosting technique using genetic programming as base learner. Applied Intelligence, p.11 (2009)
- Correa da Rosa, J., Lima Filho, A.V., Medeiros, M.C. Tree-Structured Smooth Transition Regression Models. Computational Statistics & Data Analysis. V.52, p.2469-2488. (2008)
- Masnik, M. A, Correa da Rosa, J., Carnieri, C. Improving Temporal Series Analysis using an Iterative Algorithm for the Identification Stage. WSEAS Transactions on Information Science & Applications. (2008)
- Tutida, I, Mio, L.L.M., Motta, A.C.V., Correa da Rosa, J. Incidence and severity of ‘shot hole’ phytopathogen on plum leaves combined doses of nitrogen and potassium. Rural Science. V37,p.1227-1234 (2007)
RESEARCH SUPPORT, ONGOING
2UL1 RR024143-06 Coller (PI: Coller, B.) 9/30/2006-6/30/2012 3.0 calendar
Clinical and Translational Research Award. Transforming Translational Science and Education to Benefit Human Health
This grant supports the Rockefeller University Center for Clinical and Translational Research, which provides the infrastructure to support patient-oriented research (hospital facilities, nursing, bio nutrition, statistics, informatics).
Role: Biostatistician Research Associate