Wenxuan Zhong receives $1.44 million NIH grant

DNA methylation has been newly discovered as a key controller in gene transcription too. Aberrant DNA methylation changes can cause a number of human diseases such as developmental diseases (ICF syndrome, Prader-Willi and Angelman syndromes etc), ag- ing related diseases (i.e. Alzheimer’s disease), heart disease, diabetes, and autoimmune diseases. Moreover, large amount of evidence implicated that DNA methylation is a key player in cancer development. Dr.

Wed, 10/29/2014
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Farewell to Dr. John Stufken and Welcome to New Leadership

“And to make an end is to make a beginning.” T.S. Eliot -  After 11 years as Department Head, we wish a fond farewell to Dr. John Stufken as he seeks new challenges as the Charles Wexler Professor of Statistics at Arizona State University. The impact he has had on our department is beyond words and his dedication to the department beyond measure. We wish him all the best in his future endeavors.

Fri, 08/08/2014
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MAGNet Program

We are excited to announce the partnership of the University of Georgia Department of Statistics and State Farm through State Farm's Modeling and Analytics Graduate Network (MAGNet) program.  The new program is set to begin this fall and will offer select master's degree students the opportunity to gain real-world experience while completing their degree. More information about this exciting opportunity may be found at https://stat.uga.edu/MAGNet.

Mon, 06/23/2014
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Alumnus Appointed Barnhart Family Distinguished Professor at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center

Congratulations to Dr. Sanjay Shete for being appointed the Barnhart Family Distinguished Professor at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center effective June 1, 2014.  Dr. Shete obtained his Ph.D. in Statistics under the guidance of Dr. T.N. Sriram in 1998.  According to Dr. Sriram, Dr. Shete has been "scaling new heights for some years now...Sanjay really makes us all proud."

Thu, 05/15/2014
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