Abram Kagan, Professor
E-Mail: ; Phone: (301) 405-5476; Office: MTH 2306
Education: D.Sc., 1967, Probability & Statistics, University of Leningrad (now St. Petersburg), Russia
Research Interests: Inference in Parametric Models, Fisher's Information, Analytical Problems in Statistics, Foundations of Statistical Inference
Benjamin Kedem, Professor
E-Mail: ; Phone: (301) 405-5112; Office: MTH 4411
Education: Ph.D., 1973, Statistics, Carnegie Mellon University
Research Interests: Time Series, Spatial Statistics, Semiparametrics, Information Fusion.
Partha Lahiri , Affiliate Professor (with JPSM)
E-Mail: ; Phone: (301) 314-5903; Office: 1218 LeFrak Hall
Education: Ph.D., 1986, Statistics, University of Florida
Research Interests: Survey Sampling, Multi-level Modeling, Small-Area Estimation, Bayes and Empirical Bayes Inference, Resampling Methods.
Joan Jian-Jian Ren, Professor
E-Mail: ; Phone: (301) 405-5473; Office: MTH 2305
Education: Ph.D., 1990, Statistics, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Research Interests: Statistical Models and Inferences, Survival Analysis and Its Applications in Biomedical Research, BIGDATA Analysis, Longitudinal Data Analysis, Linear Models, Likelihood Methods, Resampling Methods, Censored Data, Differentiabiliy Methods, and Probability.
Takumi Saegusa, Assistant Professor
E-Mail: ; Phone: (301) 405-4137; Office: MTH 4303
Education: Ph.D., 2012, Biostatistics, University of Washington
Research Interests: Empirical Process Theory under Complex Sampling, General Semiparametric Models and Model Misspecification, Inference for High-Dimensional Data.
Eric V. Slud, Professor
E-Mail: ; Phone: (301) 405-5469; Office: MTH 2314
Education: Ph.D., 1976, Mathematics (Probability), Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Research Interests: Inference for Sample Surveys, Semiparametrics, and Survival Analysis.
Paul J. Smith, Associate Professor (STAT Program Director)
E-Mail: ; Phone: (301) 405-5061; Office: MTH 1107
Education: Ph.D., 1969, Statistics, Case Western Reserve University
Research Interests: Categorical Data Analysis, Robust and Nonparametric Statistical Methods, Applications of Statistics.
Tingni Sun, Assistant Professor
E-Mail: ; Phone: (301) 405-9812; Office: MTH 4113
Education: Ph.D., 2012, Statistics, Rutgers University
Research Interests: High-dimensional Statistical Inference, Matrix Estimation, Classification and Their Applications.
Grace L. Yang, Professor Emerita
E-Mail: ; Phone: (301) 405-5480; Office: MTH 4402
Education: Ph.D., 1966, Statistics, University of California - Berkeley
Research Interests: Asymptotic Theory in Statistics, Survival Analysis and Empirical Likelihoods Method. Statistical applications include constructions of stochastic models for physical sciences with special focus on partially observed measurements, such as stochastic models for ultra-cold neutron lifetimes measured by magnetic traps, models for correcting dead times in phase Doppler interferometry for spray measurements, and models of sodium channels for studying activity of nerve cells.