|Thursday, February 20|
|SC2 Design and Analysis of Experiments Using Generalized Linear Mixed Models||
Thu, Feb 20, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
About the Instructors (302853)
Walt Stroup is professor in the department of statistics at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He teaches statistical modeling and design of experiments. His research concerns mixed model applications collaborating with agricultural, natural resource, medical, pharmaceutical science, education, and behavioral science. He participated in a multi-state mixed model project that motivated the development of SAS PROC MIXED. He co-authored textbooks on SAS for linear models, SAS for mixed models, and GLMMs for plant and natural resource sciences. He authored Generalized Linear Mixed Models: Modern Concepts, Methods, and Applications (2013).
Elizabeth Claassen is a doctoral candidate completing her dissertation concerning bias correction for variance component estimation in GLMMs. With Walt, she has co-taught UNL’s graduate-level design of experiments course and assisted with the advanced modeling course. She has been primary instructor of introductory undergraduate statistics courses and has consulted with researchers from a variety of disciplines. She worked at JMP testing new applications. She presented preliminary results of her research at JSM 2013. Elizabeth’s expects to graduate in May 2014.