Ph.D., Iowa State University of Science and Technology, 1984; M.S., Iowa State University of Science and Technology, 1980; B.A., University of the West Indies, Port of Spain, Trinidad, 1977.
Categorical data models, longitudinal models, logistic regression, complex survey sampling, generalized linear models, overdispersed models, generalized linear mixed models, and quasilikelihood models.
Construction Defects; Biostatistics in Alzhemier's;
Components of overdispersion in hierarchical structure
Classifying time-dependent covariates in modeling correlated data
Comparative logistic regression models with random effects
Arizona State University: 1985-present. Previous Appointments: University of Arizona, Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science, University of Colorado, Oklahoma State University, Iowa State University, University of the West Indies
Career and Recent Professional Awards; Teaching Awards
Outstanding Leadership and Dedication to the Advancement of Statistics and Biostatistics- APHA 2013;George Washington Carver Achievement Award, 1995; ISU Significant Contributions to the Quality of Life Award 1993; ASU Outstanding Professor Award, 1991.
Editorial Board Chair American Journal of Public Health 2011-present; Statistical Associate Editor Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology 2012-present; Past Chair Statistics Section American Public Health;
Quiroz, J. Wilson, JR. Roychoudhury, S. Statistical analysis of data from dilution assays with censored correlated counts. Pharmaceutical Statistics 2012;11(1):63-73
Northridge, ME. Wilson, JR. Selzer, B. and Vaughan, RD., It’s About Time: Team-based editing at the American Journal of Public Health. American Journal of Public Health 101 (2011): 2009-2012
Troxler, S. Lalonde, TL. and Wilson JR., Exact Logistic Models for Nested Binary Data; Statistics in Medicine: vol 30, Number 8 ( 2011)
Larkey, LK, Wilson, JR, Sillanpaa, B., Spencer, G. Garcia, F., Ellert, B., Lundy, M., Lopez, AM. Effect of Risk Discussion Source and Perceptions of Provider Communication Style on Patient Compliance with CRC Screening in Primary Care Clinics. Annals of Behavioral Science in Medical Education: 2009, 15(2):30-36
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ECN 231 - Honors Business Statistics
Applies statistical methods used in business and economic modeling and research. Emphasizes regression analysis and modeling.