PH.D. STUDENTS
1.
Patrick Crockett (1983) Nonparametric density and moment estimation in random coefficients regression models.

2.
Edward Frees (1983) Construction of sequential age replacement policies via stochastic approximation. Fortis Health Professor of Actuarial Science, School of Business and Department of Statistics, University of Wisconsin. (Fellow ASA)

3.
Leonard A. Stefanski (1983) Influence and measurement error in logistic regression. Professor, Department of Statistics, North Carolina State University. (Fellow ASA)

4.
David M. Giltinan (1983) Bounded influence estimation in heteroscedastic linear model. retired (Fellow ASA)

5.
Douglas G. Simpson (1985) Aspects of robust estimation for discrete data. Professor, Department of Statistics, University of Illinois. (Fellow ASA, IMS)

6.
Arnold Stromberg (1989) Robust efficient estimation of nonlinear regression parameters. Professor, Department of Statistics, University of Kentucky.

7.
Miguel Nakamura (1989) Transformations to symmetry in the transform-both-sides model. CIMAT, Guanajuato, Mexico.

8.
Karen Bandeen Roche (1990) A receptor-based model for the statistical analysis of air pollution data: source apportionment with one source unknown. Professor and Chair, Department of Biostatistics, Johns Hopkins. (Fellow ASA)

9.
Mary Dowling (1991) Parameter estimation in nonlinear regression with covariate measurement error.

10.
Naisyin Wang (1992) Semiparametric transform-both-sides regression models. Professor, Department of Statistics, University of Michigan (Fellow ASA)

11.
Victoria Chen (1993) Applying experimental design and regression splines to high-dimensional continuous-state stochastic dynamic programming. University of Texas, Arlington.

12.
Jean-Didier Opsomer (1995) Optimal bandwidth selection for fitting an additive model by local polynomial regression. Professor, Department of Statistics, Colorado State University. (Fellow ASA)

13.
Gang (George) Zhou (1995) Parameter design using heteroscedastic regression methodology and optimal designs.

14.
Andrew Schulman (1998) A comparison of local bandwidth selectors for local polynomial regression, first position: EPA.

15.
John Staudenmayer (2000) Nonparametric regression with measurement error. Professor, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. (Fellow ASA)

16.
Yan Yu (2001). Penalized spline estimation for partially linear single index models. Joseph S. Stern Professor of Business Analytics, University of Cincinnati.

17.
Ciprian Crainiceanu (2003) Nonparametric Likelihood Ratio Testing. Professor, Biostatistics, Johns Hopkins University. Gottfried F. Noether Junior Scholar Award, (Fellow ASA)

18.
Trevor Park (2003). A Penalized Likelihood Approach to Prinicipal Component Stabilization. First position: Assistant Professor, Statistics, University of Florida. Now Clinical Assistant Professor at U. of Illinois, Statistics.

19.
Matt Briggs (2004) Assessing the Value of Yes-No Forecasts, Cornell Medical College.

20.
Lisa Madsen (2004). Regression with Spatially Misaligned Data. Associate Professor, Oregon State University.

21.
Nikolay Bliznyuk (2008). Posterior Approximation by Interpolation for Bayesian inference in Computationally Expensive Statistical Models, First position: postdoc, Biostatistics, Harvard School of Public Health. Now Assistant Professor, Statistics, University of Florida.

22.
Minbok Kim (2008). Consistent Variable Selection via Adaptive Diagonal Ridge Estimator in Regression Models, First position: Samsung.

23.
Emmanuel Sharef (2008). Nonparametric Frailty Models for the Analysis of Clustered Survival Data, First position: Morgan-Stanley.

24.
Ben Shaby (2009). Tools for Hard Bayesian Computations, First position: postdoc at SAMSI. Now Assistant Professor at Penn State, Statistics.

25.
Yingxing Li (2011). Aspects Of Penalized Splines, First position: Assistant Professor, The Wang Yanan Institute for Studies in Economics, Xiamen University.

26.
Luo Xiao (2012). Topics in Bivariate Smoothing, First position: postdoc in Biostatistics, Johns Hopkins University. Now Assistant Professor N. Carolina State University, Statistics.

27.
Mathew McLean (2013). On Generalized Additive Models for Regression With Functional Data, First position: postdoc in Statistics, Texas A\&M University.

28.
Kunlaya Soiaporn (2014). On the Modeling of Multiple Functional Outcomes with Spatially Heterogeneous Shape Characteristics, First position: Comscore.

29.
Ben Risk (2015). Topics in independent component analysis, likelihood component analysis, and spatiotemporal mixed modeling, First position: post-doc at SAMSI's Challenges in Computational Neuroscience. Now postdoc at UNC, Biostatistics. Next position: Assistant Professor, Department of Biostatistics, Emory University.

30.
Dan Kowal (2017). Bayesian Methods for Functional and Time Series Data, first position: Assistant Professor, Department of Statistics, Rice University.
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