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Ling Ma

Assistant Professor
PhD in Statistics from University of Missouri - Columbia, 2014
Professional Research Interests
Survival analysis, joint modeling of longitudinal and time-to-event data, high-dimensional data analysis, statistical methods with application to reproductive and environmental epidemiology

Professional Memberships
American Statistical Association (ASA)
International Biometric Society (ENAR)

Selected Publications
  • Ma, L., and Sundaram, R. (2016+). Analysis of Gap Times Based on Panel Count Data with Informative Observation Times and Unknown Start Time. Journal of the American Statistical Association (in press).
  • Ma, L., Hu, T., and Sun, J. (2016). Cox Regression Analysis of Interval-Censored Failure Time Data in the Presence of Dependent Censoring. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis 103, 79-90.
  • Ma, L. Hu, T., and Sun, J. (2015). Sieve Maximum Likelihood Regression Analysis of Dependent Current Status Data. Biometrika 102, 731-738.
  • Feng, Y., Ma, L., and Sun, J. (2015). Regression Analysis of Current Status Data Under the Additive Hazards Model with Auxiliary Covariates. Scandinavian Journal of Statistics 42, 118-136.
  • Feng, Y., Ma, L., and Sun, J. (2015). Empirical Analysis of Interval-Censored Data with Linear Transformation Models. Communications in Statistics - Theory and Methods 44, 5120-5135.
Recent Classes Taught
MATH 4000/6000
Last Updated: 1/12/17