Department Chair: 
Jean D. Opsomer, Professor & Department Chair; Ph.D., Cornell University, 1995 
Member, ISI; Fellow, ASA; Fellow, IMS; Associate Editor, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society (Series B), Electronic Journal of Statistics and Survey Methodology. Survey statistics, nonparametric statistics, environmental statistics. jopsomer@stat.colostate.edu 

Associate Chair: 
F. Jay Breidt, Professor & Associate Chair; Ph.D., Colorado State, 1991 
Fellow, ASA; Member, ISI; Member, Federal Economic Statistics
Advisory Committee; Associate Editor, Journal of Forecasting,
Environmental and Ecological Statistics. Time series analysis,
statistical inference in finite population sampling, natural resources
monitoring. jbreidt@stat.colostate.edu 

Faculty: 
Jana Anderson, Distance Degree Program Coordinator, Ph.D.,Colorado State, 1992. 

Member, ASA. Developments in Statistical Education. anderson@stat.colostate.edu 
Asa BenHur, Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Statistics, Ph.D.,Technion: Israel Institute of Technology, 2001 
Bioinformatics, applications of machine learning in bioinformatics. asa@cs.colostate.edu 
Phillip L. Chapman, Professor and Experiment Station Statistician; Ph.D., Minnesota, 1985. 
Bootstrap and resampling methods, applied linear modeling, statistics in agriculture, biological and environmental sciences, statistical consulting. chapman@stat.colostate.edu 
Dan Cooley, Associate Professor; Ph.D., University of Colorado at Boulder, 2005 
Member, ASA. Extreme values, spatial statistics, environmental/climatological applications. cooleyd@stat.colostate.edu 
Don Estep, Professor of Mathematics and Statistics, Ph.D., University of Michigan, 1987 
Member AMS, ASA, SIAM. Associate editor, Siam Journal on Numerical
Analysis, Int. J. Computer Math., Member, Siam Education Committee.
CoDirector, PRIMES. Director, CIMS. Computational differential
equations, solution and analysis of multiscale, multiphysics problems,
sensitivity analysis, density estimation, data assimilation, adaptive
error control and sampling, dynamical systems.
estep@math.colostate.edu 
Geof H. Givens, Associate Professor; Ph.D., Washington, 1993. 
Member, ASA. Bayesian methods, statistical computing, face recognition algorithms; bowhead whales and marine mammal population dynamics. geof@stat.colostate.edu 
Ann Hess, Special Appointment Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Colorado State University, 2005. 
Bioinformatics, Microarray/Gene Expression Analysis, Proteomics, Experimental Design, Linear Models. hess@stat.colostate.edu 
Member, ASA, Chair ASA Section on Statistics and the Environment,
Associate Editor Journal of the American Statistical Association, Environmetrics, and Journal of Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental Statistics; Bayesian statistics, model selection and uncertainty, statistical methods to address ecological problems. jah@stat.colostate.edu 
Member, ASA, IMS; Spatial, Temporal, and SpatioTemporal Ecological and Environmental Modeling using Bayesian Methods and Hierarchical Models. mevin.hooten@colostate.edu 
Hari K. Iyer, Professor; Ph.D. (Mathematics), Notre Dame, 1975; Ph.D. (Statistics), Colorado State, 1980. 
Fellow, ASA; Linear models, variance components, experimental design, permutation methods, pharmaceutical statistics, environmental statistics, microarrays, bioinformatics. hari@stat.colostate.edu 
Piotr Kokoszka, Professor; Ph.D., Boston University, 1993 
Member, ASA; Associate Editor:Statistical Modeling, Computational Statistics. Time series analysis, functional data analysis, asymptotic theory. Piotr.Kokoszka@colostate.edu 
Chihoon Lee, Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2008. 
Member, ASA, IMS. Probability, Stochastic analysis, Queueing networks, Stochastic control, Particle methods. chihoon@stat.colostate.edu 
MyungHee Lee, Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2007. 
Member, ASA. High dimensional low sample size inference, multivariate analysis, bioinformatics. mhlee@stat.colostate.edu 
Mary C Meyer, Professor; Ph.D., University of Michigan, 1996. 
Member, ASA, IMS. Editorial board, Chance Magazine. Nonparametric function estimation and inference using shape restrictions. meyer@stat.colostate.edu 
Louis Scharf, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Statistics; Ph.D., Washington (Seattle), 1969. 
Fellow, IEEE; Member, IEEE Technical Committee on Theory and Methods in Multichannel Signal Processing. Statistical signal processing for wireless communication, instrumentation, radar, and sonar. scharf@engr.colostate.edu 
Rui Song, Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of WisconsinMadison, 2006. 
Member, ASA; Highdimensional statistical learning, Semiparametric inference and Empirical processes; Survival analysis. song@stat.colostate.edu 
Haonan Wang, Associate Professor; PhD, University of North Carolina  Chapel Hill, 2003. 
Member, ASA, IMS. Functional data analysis and application; multivariate analysis; statistical methodology on populations of trees. wanghn@stat.colostate.edu 
James R. zumBrunnen, Associate Director, Franklin A. Graybill Statistical Laboratory and Center for Applied Statistical Expertise (CASE); MS, Iowa State, 1975. 
Member, ASA. General statistical consulting; use of statistical computer programs and the interpretation of results; statistical computing. zumbrunnen@stat.colostate.edu
