Jonathan C. Wakefield

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Professor
Statistics
Professor
Biostatistics
206-616-6292
PhD
Statistics
University of Nottingham (UK)
1992

Wakefield's research interests include spatial epidemiology, space-time models for infectious disease data, small area estimation, hierarchical models for survey data, estimating national and subnational disease burden, ecological inference for non-infectious and infectious disease data, genome-wide association studies, analysis of next generation RNAseq data and the links between Bayes and frequentist procedures. He recently published ``Impacts of Neanderthal-introgressed sequences on the landscape of human gene expression.'' Cell 168:916, 2017.

Faculty Research Interests
Cancer Research
Categorical Data
Computational Biology
Correlated Data
Epidemiology
Infectious Diseases Methodology
Statistical Genetics
Survey Methods
PhD
Statistics
University of Nottingham (UK)
1992

Wakefield's research interests include spatial epidemiology, space-time models for infectious disease data, small area estimation, hierarchical models for survey data, estimating national and subnational disease burden, ecological inference for non-infectious and infectious disease data, genome-wide association studies, analysis of next generation RNAseq data and the links between Bayes and frequentist procedures. He recently published ``Impacts of Neanderthal-introgressed sequences on the landscape of human gene expression.'' Cell 168:916, 2017.

Faculty Research Interests
Cancer Research
Categorical Data
Computational Biology
Correlated Data
Epidemiology
Infectious Diseases Methodology
Statistical Genetics
Survey Methods