Weizhen Wang

Professors:Weizhen Wang

Name:Weizhen Wang
Title:East Lake Professor in Mathematics
Gender:male
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Educational background:
• Ph.D. Statistics, Department of Mathematics, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, August 1995.
• M.S. Probability, Department of Probability and Statistics, Peking University, Beijing, China, June 1990.
• B.S. Mathematics, Department of Mathematics, Peking University, Beijing, China, June 1987.
Work experience:
1. (R) Hwang, J. T. G. and Wang, W. (1997). The validity of the test of individual equivalence ratios. Biometrika 84, 893-900.
2. (R) Wang, W. (1997). Optimal unbiased tests for equivalence in intra-subject variability. Journal of the American Statistical Association 92, 1163-1170.
3. (R) Wang, W. (1999). On equivalence of two variances of a bivariate normal vector. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 81, 279-292.
4. (R) Voss, D. T. and Wang, W. (1999). Simultaneous confidence intervals in the analysis of orthogonal saturated designs. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 81, 383-392.
5. (R) Wang, W., Hwang, J.T.G. and DasGupta, A. (1999). Statistical tests for multivariate bioequivalence. Biometrika 86, 395-402.
6. (R) Yu, Y. B. and Wang, W. (1999). Determinant of the inertial tensor and rotational entropy of random polymers. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 103(36), 7676-7680.
7. (R) Wang, W. (1999). On testing of individual bioequivalence. Journal of the American Statistical Association 94, 880-887.
8. (R) Wang, W. and Hwang, J.T. G. (2001). A nearly unbiased test for individual bioequivalence using probability criteria. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 99, 41-58.
9. (R) Wang, W. and Voss, D. T. (2001). On the analysis of nonorthogonal saturated designs using effect sparsity. Statistics and Applications 3, 177-192.
Research fields:
Exact statistical inferences, Experimental design, Adaptive design, Sampling, Health care analytics, Statistical computing and consulting, Categorical data analysis, Bioequivalence, Dose-response, Toxicity, Causal inference, Quality control
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