Thomas Hamborg

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Pilot studies and other small clinical trials are often conducted but serve a variety of purposes and there is little consensus on their design. One paradigm that has been suggested for the design of such studies is Bayesian decision theory. In this article, we review the literature with the aim of summarizing current methodological developments in this(More)
  • Stephen M. S. Ting, Hasan Iqbal, Thomas Hamborg, Chris H. E. Imray, Susan Hewins, Prithwish Banerjee +3 others
  • 2013
BACKGROUND There is currently no effective preoperative assessment for patients undergoing kidney transplantation that is able to identify those at high perioperative risk requiring admission to critical care unit (CCU). We sought to determine if functional measures of cardiovascular reserve, in particular the anaerobic threshold (VO₂AT) could identify(More)
BACKGROUND Interventions to promote mental well-being can bring benefits to the individual and to society. The Internet can facilitate the large-scale and low-cost delivery of individually targeted health promoting interventions. OBJECTIVE To evaluate the effectiveness of a self-directed Internet-delivered cognitive-behavioral skills training tool in(More)
Psychotic disorders carry social and economic costs for sufferers and society. Recent evidence highlights the risk posed by urban upbringing and social deprivation in the genesis of paranoia and psychosis. Evidence based psychological interventions are often not offered because of a lack of therapists. Virtual reality (VR) environments have been used to(More)
ClustDB is at ool for the identification of perfect matches in large sets of sequences. It is faster and can handle at least 8times more data than VMATCH, the most memory efficient exact program currently available. Still ClustDB needs about four hours to compare all Human ESTs. We therefore present adistributed and parallel implementation of ClustDB to(More)
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