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Elena A. Erosheva



Research Interests

Statistical Methodology, Discrete Data Analysis, Latent Variable Models, Disability in Elderly People


Joint Position with School of Social Work I am a statistician whose research focuses on the development and application of modern statistical methods for addressing complex substantive questions in the social, medical and health sciences. Ongoing methodological research focuses on latent variable and mixed membership models, multivariate and longitudinal data analysis, text and network analysis. I received the 2013 Mitchell Prize from the International Society of Bayesian Analysis and the first prize from the National Institutes of Health's Peer Review Challenge. I currently serve as an Associate Editor of the Journal of the American Statistical Association and of the Annals of Applied Statistics. My PhD is from Carnegie Mellon University (2002).