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PhD/MSc Alumni

2003

Thesis Title: Comparison of Normalization Methods and the Methods for Identification of Differentially Expressed Genes
Supervisor: Jennifer Bryan
First Position: Biostatistician, St.Paul's Hospital, Vancouver
Program: MSc
Thesis Title: Unsupervised Feature Selection in Mixture Modelling - A Bayesian Approach
Supervisor: Paul Gustafson
First Position: Bioinformatician. C.H. Best Institute at the University of Toronto
Program: MSc
Thesis Title: Longitudinal Analyses for Magnetic Resonance Imaging Outcomes in the PRISMS Multiple Sclerosis Clinical Trial
Supervisor: John Petkau
First Position: Ph.D. student, Dept. of Applied Statistics, University of Reading, England
Current Position: Biostatistician Harvard School of Public Health Boston, USA
Program: MSc
Thesis Title: Simultaneous Inference for Generalized Linear Mixed Models with Informative Dropout and Missing Covariates
Supervisor: Lang Wu
First Position: St.Paul's Hospital
Current Position: Biostatistician Harvard School of Public Health Boston, USA
Program: MSc
Thesis Title: Analyses of Longitudinal and Time-to-Event Data in a Randomized Clinical Trial in the Presence of a Lag Time in the Stabilization of Treatment
Supervisor: Michael Schulzer
First Position: Statistician, HIV Trials Network, St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver
Current Position: Senior Instructor: Department of Statistics, UBC
Program: MSc

2002

Thesis Title: Imputation Methods for Missing Covariates in Nonlinear Mixed-effects Models, with Application in AIDS Studies
Supervisor: Lang Wu
First Position: Statistician, Dhaka Bank, Bangladesh
Program: MSc
Thesis Title: Case Study: Inference for Spatial Random Rainfall Fields
First Position: Ph.D. student, University of Washington
Current Position: Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Human Genetics, University of Chicago
Program: MSc
Thesis Title: Globally Robust Inference for Simple Linear Regression Models with Repeated Median Slope Estimator
Supervisor: Ruben H. Zamar
First Position: Ph.D. student, UBC
Program: MSc
Thesis Title: Investigating a Variance-Components Approach for Linkage Analysis in Quantitative Traits
Supervisor: Harry Joe
First Position: Statistician, Centre for Clinical Epidemiology & Evaluation, Vancouver Hospital
Program: MSc
Thesis Title: On Continuous-Time Generalized AR(1) Processes: Models, Statistical Inference, and Applications to Non-normal Time Series
Supervisor: Harry Joe
First Position: Sessional lecturer, Faculty of Commerce, UBC
Current Position: Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, McMaster University
Program: PhD

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