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In 2012, I graduated from the University of Waterloo (UW) with a joint double degree in Statistics (from UW) and Finance (from Wilfrid Laurier University). I completed my Master’s degree in Statistics from UW in 2013 and prior to joining the BSU, I worked as a Research Associate in UW’s Statistics Department under Professor Leilei Zeng. My primary interests are methods (analysis and prediction) and applications in longitudinal and survival studies, as well as complications arising from missing data in both areas. My PhD work deals with methods that can handle missing data from dropout and death.
Selected PapersWen L, Muniz Terrera G, Seaman SR (2017)Methods for handling longitudinal outcome processes truncated by dropout and death
Biostatistics : Advanced article
Zeng L, Cook RJ, Wen L AND Boruvka A. (2015)Bias in progression-free survival analysis due to intermittent assessment of progression
Statistics in Medicine 24: 3181-3193
Nepomnaschy PA, Salvante KG, Zeng L2, Pyles C, Ma H, Blais JC, Wen L, Barha CK (2015)Variation in maternal urinary cortisol profiles across the peri-conceptional period: a longitudinal description and evaluation of potential functions
Human Reproduction 30(6): 1460-72