Jiwei Zhao, PhD
Email: zhaoj AT buffalo DOT edu
Office: 719 Kimball Tower [South Campus]
- 2014 - Present: Assistant Professor [tenure track], SUNY-Buffalo.
- 2012 - 2014: Postdoc Researcher, Yale University and University of Waterloo.
- 2007 - 2012: PhD in Statistics, University of Wisconsin at Madison. [Advisor: Dr. Jun Shao]
- 2004 - 2007: MS in Statistics and Probability, Nankai University.
- 2000 - 2004: BS in Mathematics [Chern Honored Class], Nankai University.
- Statistical Methodology: Semiparametric modeling and methods; Nonregular likelihood methods [including pseudo, penalized, conditional, empirical, etc.]; Missing data analysis [especially nonignorable missingness] in longitudinal data and observational studies; Case-control studies; High-dimensional data analysis and variable selection.
- Subject-matter Application: Epidemiology; Cancer; Women's health; Environmental health; Mental illness and substance aubse.
- Jiwei Zhao, Richard Cook and Changbao Wu (2015) Multiple imputation for the analysis of incomplete compound variables. The Canadian Journal of Statistics, To Appear.
- Jiwei Zhao and Heping Zhang (2015) Modeling multiple responses via bootstrapping margins with an application to genetic association testing. Statistics and Its Interface, To Appear.
- Jiwei Zhao and Jun Shao (2015) Semiparametric pseudo likelihoods in generalized linear models with nonignorable missing data. Journal of the American Statistical Association, To Appear.
- Jianbo Xu, Guogen Shan, Amei Amei, Jiwei Zhao, Daniel Young and Sheila Clark (2015) A modified Friedman test for randomized complete block designs. Communications in Statistics - Simulation and Computation, To Appear.
- Jun Shao and Jiwei Zhao (2013) Estimation in longitudinal studies with nonignorable dropout. Statistics and Its Interface 6: 303-313. [Special Issue on Missing Data and Imputation]
- Jun Shao, Sheng Zhang, Jiwei Zhao and Alan Chiang (2012) Multiple testing for a combination drug with two study endpoints. Statistics in Medicine 31: 1779-1790.
- Jiwei Zhao and Co Authors (2015+) A few other manuscripts patiently and eagerly awaiting final publications :-) Somewhere, To Appear.
Teaching at SUNY-Buffalo
- STA 622: Limit Theory [PhD Core], [Spring 2015, 10 students]
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