Position title: Professor, Statistics
Phone: (608) 262-1287
1212 Medical Sciences Center
1300 University Avenue
- Department of Statistics
I am a faculty member in the Departments of Statistics and Entomology. The main components of my research activities are statistical methodological research and scientific collaborative research. My statistical methodological research concerns developing statistical methodology for analyzing spatially referenced data (spatial statistics) and spatial data repeatedly sampled over time (spatio-temporal statistics) that arise often in the biological, physical, and social sciences. My recent collaborative research related to this project concerns applying modern statistical methods, especially spatial and spatio-temporal statistics, to studies in spatial demography, population research, and environmental health.
CDE research theme area affiliation
Spatial and Environmental Demography
Curtis, Katherine, Junho Lee, Heather O’Connell, Jun Zhu. “The Spatial Distribution of Poverty and the Long Reach of the Industrial Makeup of Places: New Evidence on Spatial and Temporal Regimes.” Rural Sociology (2018): online first. NIHMS ID 938183.
Guilherme, Ludwig, Tingjin Chu, Jun Zhu, and Kisten Koehler. “Static and Roving Sensor Data Fusion for Spatio-Temporal Hazard Mapping with Application to Occupational Exposure Assessment.” Annals of Applied Statistics 11, no. 1 (2018): 139-60. PubMed Central ID 6086369.
Lee, Junho, Ronald Gangnon, and Jun Zhu. “Cluster Detection of Spatial Regression Coefficients.” Statistics in Medicine 36, no. 7 (2017): 1118-33. PubMed Central ID 6067680.