Jianqing Fan is Frederick L. Moore Professor, Princeton University. After receiving his Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley, he has been appointed as professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1989-2003), the University of California at Los Angeles (1997-2000), and professor at the Princeton University (2003–). He was the past president of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics and International Chinese Statistical Association. He is co-editing _Journal of Business and Economics Statistics _and was the co-editor of The Annals of Statistics, Probability Theory and Related Fields, and Journal of Econometrics. His published work on statistics, economics, finance, and computational biology has been recognized by The 2000 COPSS Presidents’ Award, The 2007 Morningside Gold Medal of Applied Mathematics, Guggenheim Fellow, P.L. Hsu Prize, Royal Statistical Society Guy medal in silver, Noether Senior Scholar Award, and election to Academician of Academia Sinica and follows of IMS, ASA, AAAS and SoFiE.
Yi Li is a Professor of Biostatistics and Professor of Global Public Health at the University of Michigan (UM). After receiving a Ph.D. from the UM in 1999, he was an Assistant Professor and Associate Professor at the Harvard School of Public Health for 12 years before rejoining the UM to lead a major research center in 2011. He has made important contributions in a wide range of statistical areas, including data science, survival analysis, high-dimensional data analysis, measurement error problems, spatial data analysis, random-effects models, clinical trial design, and high-dimensional data analysis. He has published more than 200 papers in major statistical journals as well as in premium medical journals. He has led or is leading numerous federal projects funded by NIH. He is an ASA fellow, has served as a regular member for several NIH study sessions and is serving as an associate editor for 6 major statistical journals.
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