Donald B. Rubin
Emeritus Professor of Statistics
- Causal inference in experiments and observational studies.
- Inference in sample surveys with nonresponse and in missing data problems.
- Application of Bayesian and empirical Bayesian techniques.
- Developing and applying statistical models to data in a variety of scientific disciplines.
- 1970: Ph.D. in Statistics - Harvard University
- 1966: M.A. in Computer Science - Harvard University
- 1965: A.B. in Psychology - Princeton University
- 1984 - present: Professor, Department of Statistics, Harvard University
- 1985 - 1994, 2000 - 2004: Chairman, Department of Statistics, Harvard University
- 1999 - 2001: Fellow in Theoretical and Applied Statistics, National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge, MA
- 1983 - present: Research Associate, NORC, Chicago
- 1982 - 1984: Professor, Department of Statistics and Department of Education, The University of Chicago
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