Jinchen (Monika) Hu received her BS in Computing Mathematics from City University of Hong Kong and her PhD in Statistics from Duke University, North Carolina. Her research interests lie in developing Bayesian statistical methodology for applied problems that intersect with the social sciences. She focuses particularly on two areas of methodological research, one is dealing with missing data in surveys, and the other is simulating synthetic datasets for public release.
Departments and Programs
MATH 240 Introduction to Statistics
MATH 301 Topics In Advanced Mathematics and Statistics
Grants, Fellowships, Honors, Awards
Jingchen (Monika) Hu receives NSF grant to Advance Bayesian Thinking in STEM
Jingchen (Monika) Hu, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Statistics, and her collaborators from the University of California, Irvine (UCI) and Duke University are recipients of a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant award that will fund the two-year project Collaborative Research: Advancing Bayesian Thinking in STEM.
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