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  University Professor, Department of Statistics, School of Computing, George Mason University
  Telephone number: (703)993-3645
  Office: Department of Statistics, The Engineering Building, Room, MS 4A7
  Mailing address: 4400 University Drive, MS 4A7, Fairfax, VA 22030, USA.

Born: Silver Spring, MD

Current residence: Fairfax, VA

Ph.D., 1992, M.Phil., 1990, Mathematical Statistics, The George Washington University

B.A. (summa cum laude), 1986, Mathematics/Geography, Towson State University

Dissertation Advisor: Professor R. T. Smythe
Topic: "Asymptotic Inference Problems Arising from Clinical Trials Using Response-Adaptive Treatment Allocation"

North American Editor, Biometrics, 2021-2023

15th Armitage Lecturer, University of Cambridge, 2017

University Professor, George Mason University, 2014 As discussed in George Mason University’s Faculty Handbook: “From time to time the University will encounter opportunities to recognize current members of the faculty or appoint to its faculty women and men of great national or international reputation. The rank of University Professor is reserved for such eminent individuals.” Citation: For theoretical contributions to statistics in the areas of experimental design and sequential analysis; he has been recognized locally, nationally, and internationally for his research and scholarship.

Fulbright Scholar, Aachen, Germany, 2014

Outstanding Research Faculty 2012, Volgenau School of Engineering, 2012

Fellow, Institute of Mathematical Statistics, 2011. Citation: For major contributions in sequential analysis and clinical trials, involving rigorous treatment of adaptive randomization and response-adaptive design and including development of a framework for optimal allocations, work that has been accepted by practitioners as the standard in the field.

Fellow, American Statistical Association, 2005. Citation: For important contributions to the statistical theory underlying the design of clinical trials, in particular response-adaptive randomization; for service on clinical trials monitoring boards; and for excellence in teaching and mentoring.