[gov3009-l] Re: Applied Statistics

Ronghui Xu Ronghui Xu <rxu@jimmy.harvard.edu>
Fri, 2 Nov 2001 15:55:31 -0500 (EST)


I'm supposed to be on the list, but have not received any emails this semester..

Thanks,
Ronghui (Lily) Xu

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Ronghui Xu
Assistant professor
Department of Biostatistics
Harvard School of Public Health
 and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
44 Binney Street, M1B.25
Boston, MA 02115
Phone: (617)632-3601
 

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> Research Workshop in Applied Statistics
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> Jasjeet Singh Sekhon (Government), Donald B. Rubin (Statistics), Rebecca
> Aubrey Betensky (Biostatistics, School of Public Health), and Lee Fleming
> (Business School)
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> The Research Workshop in Applied Statistics is a forum for graduate
> students, faculty, and visiting scholars to present and discuss work in
> progress and exchange ideas.  It is intended as a tour of Harvard's
> statistical innovations and applications with weekly stops in different
> disciplines such as economics, epidemiology, medicine, political science,
> psychology, public health, sociology, and statistics.  The topics of
> papers presented in previous years included missing data, survey analysis,
> Bayesian simulation, sample selection, and models for election and
> portfolio choice. Faculty and student participants in the workshop present
> their current projects, and guest speakers also give occasional
> presentations. This workshop provides an excellent opportunity for
> informal interaction between graduate students and faculty from a variety
> of disciplines. Course credit is available for students as Government
> 3009. Lunch is provided.
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> If you are interested, please be sure to attend our first meeting on
> Wednesday, September 12th at noon, in Room 22, Center for Basic Research
> in Social Sciences (CBRSS, 34 Kirkland St., this is the yellow building
> across the street from William James Hall).
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> We hope to see you on Wednesday!
> Shigeo
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> Shigeo Hirano                     Political Economy and Government
> shirano@fas.harvard.edu                         Harvard University
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