Lee, Mei-Ling Ting

Mei-Ling Lee
Prof & Chair, Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Research Interests: 

Statistical methods for genomic and proteomic data, Threshold regression models for risk assessments (e.g. cancer, environment), Statistical applications in microbiology and pharmacokinetics.

Analysis of genomic and proteomic data; analysis of time-to-event data; rank tests for clustered data; statistical applications in environmental and occupational health studies, epidemiology studies, microbiology and pharmaco epidemiology; applied probability models; multivariate distributions.
 

Professional Memberships: 

Association, Boston Chapter

  • 2005 Elected Fellow, the Institute of Mathematical Statistics, USA
  • 1999 Elected Fellow, the American Statistical Association, USA
  • 1998 Elected Fellow, Royal Statistical Society, United Kingdom
  • 1995 Elected Member, International Statistical Institute, the Netherlands
  • 1979 Outstanding Student, American Statistical Association

Pittsburgh Chapter

  • 1979 Teplitz-Culver Award: Outstanding Student in Mathematics, University of Pittsburgh, PA
Honors and Awards: 

2005 Mosteller Statistician of the Year 2005, American Statistical

Editor-in-Chief: Lifetime Data Analysis
Institution: 
University of Maryland, College Park