The department is pleased to announce the promotions of several of our faculty members. Our warmest congratulations to Kim Gilbert, for her promotion to Senior Lecturer; to Jennifer Kaplan, for her promotion to Associate Professor with tenure; to Kim Love-Myers, for her promotion to Senior Academic Professional; and to Ping Ma, for his promotion to Full Professor. We are proud of our colleagues and their accomplishments and wish them all continued success in the years to come.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) is the world’s largest general scientific society. It is a remarkable accomplishment to be chosen as an AAAS Fellow. To be admitted into the 140-year-old organization, nominees are reviewed by steering groups within their particular sections, and a final list is then forwarded to the AAAS Council, who then votes on the aggregate list. The Department of Statistics is proud to see two of our alumni bestowed with such a prestigious honor: Dr. Susmita Datta and Dr. Sanjay Shete.
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.
It was announced Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at the SAS Analytics 2014 Conference that the UGA Statistical Consulting Center’s 2014 SAS Analytics Shootout team has won first place in the competition.
Congratulations again to all involved!
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Christine Franklin was featured on this month's Georgia Magazine Back Page! To view, following the link below:
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