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PhD/MSc Alumni

2005

Thesis Title: Nonlinear Mixed Effects Models with Dropout and Missing Covariates When the Dropout Depends on the Random Effects
Supervisor: Lang Wu, Harry Joe
First Position: PhD Student Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Current Position: Google Inc.
Program: MSc
Thesis Title: Simultaneous Non-Parametric Constrained Regressions of Unbalanced Longitudinal Data
Supervisor: Nancy E. Heckman
First Position: Position: Statistician, iCapture Centre, St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver, BC
Program: MSc

2004

Thesis Title: Separation Index, Variable Selection and Sequential Algorithm for Cluster Analysis
Supervisor: Harry Joe
First Position: Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Channing Laboratory, Department of Medicine, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School
Program: PhD
Thesis Title: Identifying Possible Bladder Cancer Occupational Carcinogens via a Case-Control Study and JEM
First Position: Statistical Analyst, Health Economics Unit, Centre for Clinical Epidemiology and Evaluation, Vancouver Coastal Health Research Institute
Program: MSc
Thesis Title: Extracting XML Data from HTML Respositories
Supervisor: Ruben H Zamar
First Position: Statistician, BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS
Program: MSc
Thesis Title: Statistical Modelling and Inference for Discrete and Censored Familial Data
Supervisor: Harry Joe
First Position: Post-doctoral fellow, Vancouver Hospital
Current Position: Research Associate: Pharmacoepidemiology in Multiple Sclerosis Research Group, UBC
Program: PhD

2003

Thesis Title: Hidden Markov Models: Multiple Processes and Model Selection
Supervisor: John Petkau
First Position: NSERC Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Washington
Current Position: Assistant Professor, Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science, Simon Fraser University
Program: PhD
Thesis Title: Longitudinal Analyses for Ordinal Expanded Disability Status Scale Scores from a Multiple Sclerosis Clinical Trial
Supervisor: John Petkau
Program: MSc
Thesis Title: A Conservative Prior for Bayesian Hierarchical Models in Biostatistics
Supervisor: Paul Gustafson
First Position: Ph.D. student, UBC
Program: MSc
Thesis Title: Non-additive Effects in Logistics Regression
Supervisor: Paul Gustafson
First Position: Lecturer, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
Current Position: Assistant Professor, Department of Statistics Shah Jalal University of Science & Technology Sylhet, Bangladesh
Program: MSc

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