1. Strock, Jacob P., et al. “The development of a machine learning-based excimer laser performance simulator for engineering maintenance decisions”. [Presentation & Manuscript] SPIE Advanced Lithography and Patterning (2023, March 1), Accepted.

  2. Strock, Jacob P., Puggioni G., and Menden-Deuer, S. “Two-stage multivariate dynamic linear models to extract environmental and climate signals in coastal ecosystem data”. Journal of Statistics and Its Interface 16.3 (2023): 419-431.

  3. D’Angelo, Alessandra, Garcia-Eidell, Cynthia, Kerrigan, Zak, Strock, Jacob P., Crable, Frances, VanKeersbilck, Nikolas, Raziuddin, Humair, Ewa, Theressa, Umar, Samira, King, Andrew L., Gonzelez-Meler, Miquel, and Loose, Brice. “The Marine Methane Cycle in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago During Summer”. EGUsphere (2023), preprint

  4. D’Angelo, Alessandra, et al. “Water masses distribution in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago: Implementation of the Optimal MultiParameter analysis (OMP)”. Earth System Science Data (2022), preprint.

  5. Sterling, Alexa R., et al. “Emerging harmful algal blooms caused by distinct seasonal assemblages of a toxic diatom.” Limnology and Oceanography 67.11 (2022): 23410-2359.

  6. Mohommad, Al-Mamun, Strock, Jacob P., Sharker, Yushuf, Schmidt, Rebecca, Shawwa, Khaled, Slain, Douglas, Sakhuja, Ankit, and Todd Brothers. “Evaluating the Medication Regimen Complexity Score as a Predictor of Clinical Outcomes in the Critically Ill”. Journal of Clinical Medicine 11.16 (2022): 4705.

  7. Brothers, Todd, Strock, Jacob P., LeMasters, Traci, Pawasauskas, Jayne, Reed, Ronald and Al-Mamun, Mohammad. (2022). Survival and recovery modeling of acute kidney injury in critically ill adults. SAGE Open Medicine. 10. 205031212210993. 10.1177/20503121221099359.

  8. Brothers, Todd, Strock, Jacob P. and Al-Mamun, Mohammad. “Clinical Characteristics and Outcomes of Acute Kidney Injury in Criticaly Ill Adults”. Critical Care Medicine 55.1 (2022): 662.

  9. Strock, Jacob P., “Investigating long-term physical, chemical and biological changes in Narragansett Bay using Bayesian multivariate dynamic linear models” (2021). Master of Science Thesis. University of Rhode Island, Department of Computer Science and Statistics.Paper 1926.

  10. Marrec, Pierre, Heather McNair, Gayantonia Franzè, Françoise Morison, Jacob P. Strock, and Susanne Menden‐Deuer. “Seasonal variability in planktonic food web structure and function of the Northeast US Shelf.” Limnology and Oceanography 66, no. 4 (2021): 1440-1458.

  11. Sterling, Alexa R., et al. “Emerging harmful algal blooms caused by distinct seasonal assemblages of the toxic diatom Pseudo-nitzschia in Narragansett Bay, RI, USA.” bioRxiv (2021).

  12. Strock, Jacob P., and Susanne Menden‐Deuer. “Temperature acclimation alters phytoplankton growth and production rates.” Limnology and Oceanography 66.3 (2021): 740-752.

  13. Menden-Deuer, Susanne, Francoise Morison, Amanda L. Montalbano, Gayantonia Franzè, Jacob P. Strock, Ewelina Rubin, Heather McNair, Colleen Mouw, and Pierre Marrec. “Multi-instrument assessment of phytoplankton abundance and cell sizes in mono-specific laboratory cultures and whole plankton community composition in the North Atlantic.” Frontiers in Marine Science 7 (2020): 254.

  14. Strock, Jacob P., S. Cox, S. Glancy, J. Sheppard, J. Llopiz. “Individual-Level Variability in Foraging Resource Use Influences Size-at-Emigration in Anadromous Alewife”. (2018) 148th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society.

  15. Strock, Jacob P., M. Nguyen, and Joseph Sherma. “Use of a model process for transfer of minilab TLC screening methods for quinine sulfate, mefloquine, and dihydroartemisinin—piperaquine phosphate tablets to quantitative HPTLC—densitometry methods.” Acta Chromatographica 28, no. 3 (2016): 363-372.

  16. Zhang, Danhui, Jacob P. Strock, and Joseph Sherma. “Transfer of TLC screening methods for azithromycin, imipramine HCl, and sulfadoxine+ pyrimethamine tablets to quantitative HPTLC-densitometry methods.” Journal of Liquid Chromatography & Related Technologies 39, no. 5-6 (2016): 277-280.

  17. Sherma, Joseph, Danhui Zhang, and Jacob P. Strock. “Development of HPTLC-densitometry methods for quantifying naproxen sodium, loperamide hydrochloride and loratadine in pharmaceutical tablets using a model procedure reported earlier to transfer TLC screening methods for fake and substandard drugs.” Trends in Chromatography 10 (2016): 1-5

  18. Sherma, Joseph, and Jacob P. Strock. The CAMAG TLC-MS Interface. CRC Press-Taylor & Francis Group: Boca Raton, FL, 2016.

  19. Strock, Jacob P., Mai Nguyen, and Joseph Sherma. “Transfer of minilab tlc screening methods to quantitative hptlc-densitometry for pyrazinamide, ethambutol, isoniazid, and rifampicin in a combination tablet.” Journal of Liquid Chromatography & Related Technologies 38, no. 11 (2015): 1126-1130.


  1. Brothers Todd, Mohammad Al Mamun, and Jacob P. Strock. “Evaluating the Clinical Characteristics of ACUTE Kidney Injury in the ICU Setting”. ISPOR Conference (2022).

  2. Brothers Todd, Mohammad Al Mamun, and Jacob P. Strock. “Clinical Characteristics and Outcomes of Acute Kidney Injury in Critically Ill Adults”. 52st Critical Care Congress (2022).

  3. Strock, Jacob P., and G. Puggioni. “Covariance specification and missing data imputation during periods of prolonged missingness with Bayesian dynamic linear models: simulations and an applied example”. Presentation at 35th New England Statistics Symposium.

  4. Strock, Jacob P. “Extracting Environmental and Climate Signals in Coastal Ecosystem Data with Two-Stage Multivariate Dynamic Linear Models”. Joint Statistical Meetings (2021).

  5. D’Angelo A., L. Glastra, Jacob P. Strock, I. Andreu, N. Trenholm, B. Loose.”Microplastics Census in Sea Ice along the Canadian Arctic Archipelago”. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting (2021).

  6. Shuang W., Manushi Welandawe, Jacob P. Strock, Kurshid Jahan, Gavino Puggioni, and Xuerong Wen. “Bayesian latent class model for predicting gestational age at birth using an administrative database”. Poster at the 34th New England Statistics Symposium (2020).