IMS members receiving American Statistical Association (ASA) awards at JSM
The ASA announced the following awards to IMS members at the Joint Statistical Meetings in Toronto.
David R. Cox Foundations of Statistics Award: Nancy Reid, University of Toronto.
Gertrude M. Cox Scholarship in Statistics Award, Honorable Mentions: Alyssa Columbus, Johns Hopkins University; Taylor J. Krajewski, Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
ASA Fellows: Matias D. Cattaneo, Princeton; Daniel S. Cooley, Colorado State; Xinping Cui, UC Riverside; Adrian Dobra, Univ. of Washington; Margaret Gamalo, Pfizer; Tailen Hsing, Univ. of Michigan; Sunduz Keles, Univ. of Wisconsin–Madison; Robert Todd Krafty, Emory Univ.; Shujie Ma, UC Riverside; Himel Mallick, Merck Research Laboratories; Tyler Harris McCormick, Univ. of Washington; Yajun Mei, Georgia Inst. Tech.; Jing Ning, MD Anderson Cancer Center; Layla Parast, Univ. of Texas at Austin; Marianna Pensky, Univ. of Central Florida; Deo Kumar Srivastave, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital; Lu Wang, Univ. of Michigan; Lingzhou Xue, Penn State; Corwin M. Zigler, Univ. of Texas at Austin.
Founders Award: Karen Kafadar, Univ. of Virginia; Vijayan N. Nair, Univ. of Michigan.
Mentoring Award: Narayanaswamy Balakrishnan, McMaster University.
Outstanding Statistical Application Award: two of the seven authors of the winning paper, Michael Bertolacci and Noel Cressie, both from the Univ. of Wollongong, Australia.
Karl E. Peace Award: Bhramar Mukherjee, Univ. of Michigan.
Bob Riffenburgh Award: Michael C. Wu, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center.
Monroe G. Sirken Award: Andrew Gelman, Columbia.
SPAIG Award, five of the 10 authors of the winning paper: Joseph G. Ibrahim, Univ. North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Joseph F. Heyse, Merck & Co.; Ming-Hui Chen, Univ. of Connecticut; Donglin Zeng, Univ. North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Guoqing Diao, George Washington Univ.
Waller Distinguished Teaching Career Award: William I. Notz, Ohio State Univ.
Samuel S. Wilks Memorial Award: Jeremy M. Taylor, Univ. of Michigan.
Deming Lecturer: Malay Ghosh, Univ. of Florida.
Gottfried E. Noether Distinguished Scholar Award: Tony Cai, Univ. of Pennsylvania.
Gottfried E. Noether Early-Career Scholar Awards: Chao Gao, The Univ. of Chicago; Weijie Su, Univ. of Pennsylvania.
Congratulations to all the ASA award winners!