Ph.D. Students

Iowa State University

  1. Jennifer C. Huckett, “Synthetic data methods for disclosure limitation” (Iowa State, 2008). Employment: Battelle 2008-2013. Cadmus Group (Portland, OR) 2013 - present. U.S. Census Bureau Dissertation Fellowship. 2007- 2008.

  2. Minhui Paik, “Fractional Imputation” (Iowa State, summer 2009). Employment: Lecturer, Department of Mathematics, U of Toledo, 2009-2017. Biostatistician, Virginia.

  3. Lu Lu, “Variance estimation and model selection in complex surveys” (Iowa State, spring 2009). Employment: Postdoctoral researcher, LANL 2009-2011; Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Southern Florida, 2011-2013. IMS Laha student travel award 2007. Associate Professor.

  4. Cherie J. Kientoff (Alf) “Development of weighted model fit indexes for structural equation models using multiple imputation” (Iowa State, 2011, with Fred Lorenz). Employment: Nielsen, 2011 - 2013. ASA SRMS student travel award 2008.

George Washington University

  1. Wanjie Sun, Biostatistics “Methods for a Longitudinal Quantitative Outcome With a Multivariate Gaussian Mixture Distribution Multi-dimensionally Censored by Therapeutic Intervention” (GWU, 2012 with John Lachin). Employment: FDA, 2013-present.

  2. Siyu Qing, Statistics (GWU, 2011- 2014), “Longitudinal Weight Calibration with Estimated Control Totals for Cross Sectional Survey Data: Theory and Application”. ASA SRMS student travel award 2013. Employment: Ernst & Young, 2014-present.

  3. Brian Dumbacher, Statistics (GWU, 2013-2016), “Small Area Estimation in a Survey of Governments”. U.S. Census Bureau.

  4. Junchi Guo, Statistics (GWU, 2012-2016 ), “Improvements in Simulation, Convergence Monitoring, and Modeling of Exponential Random Graph Models for Social Network Analysis”.

  5. Yuan Li, Statistics (GWU, 2013 - 2018), “Hierarchical Bayesian Model for AK Composite Estimators in the Current Population Survey (CPS)”.