Doctoral Students


16. Hui Shao
Exact Properties of Restricted Randomization Procedures
Ph.D. degree received December 2015


15. Lei Gao
Bayesian Dose-Finding Procedure Based on Information Criterion and Efficacy-Toxicity Trade-offs
Ph.D. degree received May 2014
Current position: Sanofi-Aventis, Boston, MA


14. Parwen Parhat
Randomization Tests for Regression Models in Clinical Trials
Ph.D. degree received May 2013
Curremt position: Price Waterhouse Cooper, Fairfax, VA


13. Yang Wang
Optimal Randomization Procedures for Clinical Trials
Ph.D. degree received August 2012
Current position: U. S. Food and Drug Administration, Rockville, MD


12. Victoria Plamadeala
Randomization-Based Inference for Sequential Clinical Trials Using Biased Coin Randomization
Ph.D. degree received December 2010
Current position: Precision Therapeutics


11. Zorayr Manukyan
Sequential Designs for Estimating Toxicity and Efficacy in a Dose-Response Setting
Ph.D. degree received August 2009
Current position: Biogen Idec


10. Tigran Markaryan
Exact Distributional Properties of Efron's Biased Coin Design with Application to Clinical Trials
Ph.D. degree received May 2009
Current position: Synovate


9. Oleksandr Sverdlov
Handling Covariates in the Design of Clinical Trials
Ph.D. degree received May 2007
Current position: Novartis


8. Guohui Liu
Sequential Design of Logistic Phase I Clinical Trials
Ph.D. degree received May 2006
Current position: Millenium Pharmaceuticals


7. Lanju Zhang
Response-Adaptive Randomization in Clinical Trials with Continuous and Survival Outcomes
Ph.D. degree received January 2006
Current position: Abbot Labs


6. Yevgen Tymofyeyev
Optimal Allocation for Multi-Treatment Clinical Trials
Ph.D. degree received May 2005
Current position: Merck


5. Yanqiong Zhang
Sequential Monitoring of Randomization Tests
Ph.D. degree received January 2005
Current position: Vertex


4. Ranjan K. Paul
Random Walk Rules for Clinical Trials Under Non-standard Conditions
Ph.D. degree received August 2001
Current position: Boeing


3. Inna Perevozskaya
Constrained Bayesian Optimal Designs for Phase I Clinical Trials
Ph.D. degree received January 2001
Current position: Pfizer


2. Anastasia V. Ivanova
A Birth and Death Urn for Randomized Clinical Trials
Ph.D. degree received January 1998
Current position: Associate Professor of Biostatistics, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill


1. Vladimir A. Mats
Design and Likelihood Based Estimation for Binary Response Experiments Under Ethical Constraints,
With Application to Phase I Clinical Trials

Ph.D. degree received January 1998
Current position: Quartesian LLC