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## GRADUATE STUDENTS:

- Stenning David (in progress). Department of Statistics, University of California, Irvine.

- Shandong Min,
(in progress). Department of Statistics, University of California, Irvine.

- Xu, Jin (in progress). Department of Statistics, University of California, Irvine.

- Stein, Nathan (in progress). Department of Statistics, Harvard University (Primary advisor is Xiao-Li Meng).

- DeGennaro, Steven (2009).
* White Dwarfs and the Ages of Stellar Populations*, Department of Astronomy, University of Texas, Austin (Primary advisor was Ted von Hippel).

- Park, Taeyoung (Ph.D., 2006).
*Inference and Efficient Computation for Highly Structured Models with Applications*,
Department of Statistics, Harvard University.

- Kang, Hosung (Ph.D., 2005).
* Markov Chain Monte Carlo Applications in Bioinformatics and Astrophysics*,
Department of Statistics, Harvard University (Joint with Jun Liu).

- Yu, Yaming (Ph.D., 2005).
* Three Contributions to Statistical Computing*,
Department of Statistics, Harvard University
(Joint with Donald B. Rubin and Xioa-Li Meng).

- Esch, David (Ph.D., 2003).
* Applications and Extensions of Three Statistical Models*,
Department of Statistics, Harvard University (Joint with Carl Morris).

- Imai, Kosuke (Ph.D., 2003).
* Statistical Analysis of Field Experiments,*,
Department of Government,
Harvard University (Joint with Gary King).

- Pedroza, Cluadia (Ph.D., 2002).
* Bayesian Hierarchical Time SeriesModeling of Mortality Rates,*,
Department of Statistics, Harvard University.

- Protassov, Rostislav (Ph.D., 2002).
*An Application of Missing Data Methods: Testing for the Presence of a Spectral Line in
Astronomy and Parameter Estimation of the Generalized Hyperbolic Distribution,*,
Department of Statistics, Harvard University (Joint with Art Dempster).

- Tang, Rouxi (Ph.D., 2002).
* Fitting and Evaluating Certain Two-Level Hierarchical Models,*,
Department of Statistics, Harvard University (Joint with Carl Morris).

## Honors Undergraduate Students:

- Hans, Chris (A.B., 2001).
*Accounting for Absorption Lines in High Energy Spectra via Bayesian Modelling*,
Department of Statistics, Harvard University.

- Javaras, Kristin (A.B., 2000).
*A General Location Model Allowing for Semicontinuous
Variables and Incomplete Data with an Application to
a 1996 Survey of Massachusetts Megabuck Lottery Winners*,
Department of Statistics, Harvard University.