陳思寧





Education

Ph.D. 2002 Statistics and Decision Sciences , Duke University, Durham, NC

          Dissertation: A Deformation Model for Images. (Advisor: Valen Johnson)

B.S.   1997 Applied Mathematics, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China


Professional Experience


2011 - present     Member of the Technical Staff, Department of Statistics and Learning, Bell Labs, Murray Hill, New Jersey

2009 - 2011          
Associate Professor at the Department of Biostatistics,
UMDNJ-SPH, New Jersey.

2005 - 2009         Assistant Professor at the
Department Environmental Health Sciences, Department of Biostatistics and Department of Oncology, Johns Hopkins University


2002 - 2005         Postdoctoral Fellow in the
Biostatistics Division, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.




Current research interests
  • Time series analysis. Forecasting
  • Social networks
  • Bayesian computation and methodology.
  • BayesMendel: Risk prediction in hereditary cancer syndromes via Mendelian models.

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