“Improving the Accuracy of Classifying Medical Conditions: A Statistical Approach” is the next talk in the 2018 Seminar Series

UCR’s Office of Research Integrity (ORI) is proud to present the next talk in the 2018 Seminar Series .The seminars focus on ethical dilemmas and hot topics in human subjects research.

The next seminar, titled “Improving the Accuracy of Classifying Medical Conditions: A Statistical Approach”, will be led by Daniel Jeske, UCR professor of statistics and editor-in-chief of The American Statistician. This seminar is April 17 at 1:30 p.m. in HUB 260.

Jeske was chair of the Department of Statistics from 2008 to 2015. He coordinates U.S. Navy and other industry outreach for UCR statistics, and holds a visiting investigator position at the City of Hope cancer hospital in Duarte. He is an elected fellow of the American Statistical Association and served on the board of directors from 2014-2016. He is the vice president of membership for the International Society of Business and Industrial Statistics (ISBIS), a society of the International Statistical Institute (ISI).  In addition to serving as the editor-in-chief for The American Statistician, he is an associate editor for Applied Stochastic Models in Business and Industry and a member of the Program Affiliates Committee of the National Institute of Statistical Sciences (NISS).

Jeske’s research interests include classification and prediction methodologies, longitudinal data modeling, statistical process control methodologies, biostatistics applications, and reliability modeling.

This seminar is free and open to the public. No registration is required but seating is limited. Light refreshments will be provided.

If You Go:

  • When: April 17th
  • Time: 1:30 p.m.
  • Where: HUB 260

Rare Language Learning Opportunity Open to the UCR Campus

Introducing “Language Circles,” an informal group to help language learners practice their skills through conversations with native speakers.

Come develop language skills through conversations with native speakers in this season’s “Language Circles.” Languages include: Chinese, Italian, Arabic and Korean. The program is hosted by the International Students and Scholars office.

Circles are held on Thursdays, 4-5 p.m., on the patio near The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf.

Contact Magid Shirzadegan at 951-827-4113 with questions.

Samantha Stanfill



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