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PhD/MSc Alumni


Thesis Title: Modeling Zero Inflated Count Data
Supervisor: Martin Puterman
First Position: Statistician, Canadian Pacific Railway, Calgary, Alberta
Program: MSc
Thesis Title: Proficiency Testing in Clinical Chemistry
Supervisor: Harry Joe
First Position: Senior Consultant, Arthur Andersen LLP, Vancouver, BC
Current Position: Director, Strategic Services, /InterVISTAS Consulting Inc, Vancouver
Program: MSc
Thesis Title: Local Linear Regression versus Backcalculation in Forecasting
Supervisor: Nancy E. Heckman
First Position: Post-Doctoral Fellow, CRM (Centre de Recherches Mathematiques), ISM (Institute des Sciences Mathematiques), and UQAM (Universite du Quebec a Montreal)
Current Position: Associate Professor, Biostatistics, Indiana University, Dept of Medicine
Program: PhD
Thesis Title: Markov Generalized Linear Model and Modeling of Epileptic Seizure Data
Supervisor: Martin Puterman
First Position: Statistical and Programming Analyst, Glassco Park Inc. Surrey, B.C.
Program: MSc
Thesis Title: A Comparison Between Several One-Step M-Estimators of Location and Dispersion in the Presence of a Nuisance Parameter
Supervisor: Ruben H. Zamar
First Position: Cryptyologic Group, Communications Security Establishment, Ottawa
Program: MSc
Thesis Title: Some Statistical Models for the Multivariate Analysis of Longitudinal Data
Supervisor: Bent Jorgensen
First Position: Assistant Professor, York University
Current Position: Professor, University of Michigan
Program: MSc
Thesis Title: Statistical Modelling and Inference for Multivariate and Longitudinal Discrete Response Data
Supervisor: Harry Joe
First Position: Statistical Consultant, Market Knowledge, Inc., Chicago
Current Position: Statistical Consultant, FICO, San Francisco
Program: PhD


Thesis Title: Image processing
Supervisor: Jean Meloche
Program: MSc
Thesis Title: An investigation into the Efficient Market Hypothesis a canonical correlation analysis approac
Supervisor: Juxin Liu
Program: MSc


Thesis Title: A cross sectional analysis of air pollution's impact of chronic respiratory disease in Ontario
First Position: Statistics Canada
Program: MSc