- ST790 Statistical Methods for Data Integration: This course covers statistical methods for integrating information from multiple data sources. It begins with an introduction of the classical meta-analysis, dating to the 1970's, and traces the evolution of the core techniques of data integration through to recent decades. Then, it covers modern approaches aimed at relaxing the strong assumptions of the original data integration framework. Emphasis is placed on both theoretical and computational aspects. This course is hosted on Moodle and will be taught in person.
Fall '21, '22, '23
- ST422 Introduction to Mathematical Statistics II: Second of a two-semester sequence of mathematical statistics, primarily for undergraduate majors in Statistics. Random samples, point and interval estimators and their properties, methods of moments, maximum likelihood, tests of hypotheses, elements of nonparametric statistics and elements of general linear model theory. This course is hosted on Moodle and will be taught in person. See also the course catalog.
Spring '21, '22, '23, Fall '23
- ST502 Fundamentals of Statistical Inference II: Second of a two-semester sequence in probability and statistics taught at a calculus-based level. Statistical inference: methods of construction and evaluation of estimators, hypothesis tests, and interval estimators, including maximum likelihood. This course is hosted on Moodle. See also the course catalog.