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PhD/Msc Alumni

2016

Thesis Title: Identification of Worsening Subjects and Treatment Responders in Comparative Longitudinal Studies
Supervisor: John Petkau, Yinshan Zhao
Program: Ph.D.
Thesis Title: Stochastic Processes, Statistical Inference and Efficient Algorithms for Phylogenetic Inference
First Position: Quantitative Analyst, Google
Current Position: Quantitative Analyst, Google
Program: Ph.D.
Supervisor: William J. Welch
Program: M.Sc.
Thesis Title: Cox-LASSO Regularized Supervised Principal Components in Regression for DLBCL Cancer
First Position: Statistical Analyst: Department of Breast and Molecular Oncology, BC Cancer Agency
Program: M.Sc.
Thesis Title: Assessing performance of classiers by cross-validation based on binary data
Supervisor: Jiahua Chen
Program: M.Sc.

2015

Thesis Title: Statistical Methods for Relating Strength Properties of Dimensional Lumber
Supervisor: James V. Zidek
Program: Ph.D.
Thesis Title: Causal Inference Approaches for Dealing with Time-dependent Confounding in Longitudinal Studies, with Applications to Multiple Sclerosis Research
First Position: Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health, McGill University and Postdoctoral Research Fellow, The Canadian Network for Observational Drug Effect Studies (CNODES)
Program: Ph.D.
Thesis Title: Air Quality Model Evaluation Through the Analysis of Spatial-Temporal Ozone Features
Supervisor: William J. Welch
First Position: Scotiabank, Manager, Risk Model Validation and Vetting Team
Program: Ph.D.
Thesis Title: Instrumental Variables Selection: A Comparison between Regularization and Post-Regularization Methods
First Position: Statistician- Medical Research Council, Lifecourse, Epidemiology Unit, University of Southampton, UK
Program: M.Sc.
Thesis Title: Divide and Conquer Sequential Monte Carlo for Phylogenetics
First Position: PhD student, University of Washington, Department of Statistics
Program: M.Sc.

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