Jing Wang, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Courses Taught

Categorical Data Analysis; Multilevel and Longitudinal Data Analysis; Introduction to General Linear Modeling; Principles of Biostatistics


Ph.D., Statistics, North Carolina State University, Raleigh
M.S., Statistics, Northeast Normal University, China
B.S., Mathematics, Northeast Normal University, China

Research Interests

Bayesian statistics, quantile regression, survival analysis, multilevel and longitudinal data analysis, nonparametric analysis and statistics computing.

Publications and Media Placements

Wang has published more than 60 research peer-reviewed papers in statistics and other disciplines, including epidemiology, environmental health, food science and forestry. Her statistical research has focused on developing computing methods for multilevel models, quantile processes and survival models. As a statistician, she has conducted collaborative research and co-authored papers with faculty and students in the fields of public health and agriculture.

Honors and Awards

  • Best contributed paper award at the Joint Statistical Meetings (Toronto, Canada) - 2004