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Jennifer Starling Gives Invited Talk at the 2019 Joint Statistical Meetings

Jennifer Starling Gives Invited Talk at the 2019 Joint Statistical Meetings

15 August 2019— Doctoral student Jennifer Starling gave an invited talk on her research, titled "Targeted Smooth Bayesian Causal Forests for Heterogeneous Smooth Treatment Effects," at the 2019 Joint Statistical Meetings held in Denver, Colorado during July 27 – August 1, 2019. The work presented extends the Bayesian Causal Forest framework to include cases where...

Dr. Cory Zigler Uses Statistics to Link Air Pollution to Health Impacts

Article from College of Natural Science News, July 31, 2019: As a new academic year approaches, we have a new series to introduce you to some of the newest scientists and mathematicians in our community—faculty who joined UT in the last year. First up: Corwin Zigler, associate professor in UT...

SDS FOCUS - Sally Ragsdale Now Heads the SDS Certificate and Portfolio Programs

8 July 2019—Sally Ragsdale is an Assistant Professor of Instruction for the Department of Statistics and Data Sciences. In addition to teaching SDS 328M Biostatistics in Fall 2019, an undergraduate introductory stats course where students use R in a weekly lab, Sally administers the SDS Certificate and Portfolio Programs.You took over...

SDS FOCUS - Why is SDS 302 closed?

Two questions come up regularly for students during the fall semester registration sessions: why is SDS 302 closed and how can I get a seat? We have assembled a quick FAQ below to give some insight into the process as well as provide some background information about why these seats are...

Dr. Corwin M. Zigler Awarded the 2019 Rothman Epidemiology Prize

7 June 2019—Dr. Corwin M. Zigler was recently announced as the winner of the 2019 Rothman Epidemiology Prize.  Excerpt from original article in the Epidemiology Journal The Editors and Editorial Board of Epidemiology are pleased to announce the selection of Corwin M. Zigler as the winner of this year’s Rothman Epidemiology...