Fei Yang is currently working at Fair Isaac, Inc. in San Rafael, California.
Mike Henderson has worked for Johnson & Johnson Vision Care as a Biostatistician since graduating. During this time he has had the pleasure of working on clinical trials in all phases for medical devices and combination medical device and pharmaceutical products. Being a biostatistician in vision care is absolutely fun thanks to having two testable units on every subject. Mike and his wife, Terri (class of 2002), have been married just over 5 years and have two Dachshunds. Outside of working as statisticians they both pursue their hobbies.
Meihua Qiao & husband, Jinghui Hu (class of 2002) both work for Eli Lilly and Company in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Yun Wang is a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Biostatistics at the University of Pittsburgh.
Chris Tucek has been employed at Towers Perrin, a human resources consulting firm, for 10 years. He is a retirement actuary consulting on the design, financing and investing for defined benefit and defined contribution retirement plans. He is a Fellow in the Society of Actuaries and Enrolled Actuary under ERISA and will be completing an MBA in Finance and Management & Strategy from the Kellogg School of Management in August 2007. Chris and his wife, Bridget, will be celebrating their five-year wedding anniversary in June.
Dave Whitin is living in Jacksonville, FL. He and his wife Anita have a daughter Sarah, and are expecting a 2nd daughter due March 1st. He works for Equifax in their Predictive Sciences division as an Analytical Consultant.
Paul V. Hofmann is a Statistical Programmer, working primarily on Clinical Trials, for the DCRI (Duke Clinical Research Institute), located in Durham, North Carolina. Paul and his wife, Tracy, have a daughter, Jenna.
"I have my 10 year anniversary coming up in June 2012 working as a physical therapist with Georgia Health Sciences Medical Center formerly known as Medical College of Georgia Hospital in Augusta, Georgia. I want to brag on how I used my Statistics major/ Bachelor of Science degree to help with our research paper in achieving my Master's degree in Physical Therapy in December 2001. I was really ahead of my class, due to my statistics background, and therefore my classmates asked me for the majority of input in assimilating the data in our group research projects.