Xuming He, President-Elect
2023 - 2025
Xuming He

Xuming He is a st atistician known for his contributions to statistical methodology and its applications in various fields. He has made significant contributions to the development of statistical methods for complex data sets and has published research papers in reputable journals.

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Rochelle Tractenberg
Member (2023 – Present)
Rochelle Tractenberg
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Jozef Olenski
Member
Rochelle E. Tractenberg
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Xuming He, President-Elect
President (2023-2025)
Xuming He
  • Chair, Department of Statistics and Data Science; Deborah Beckmann Kotzubei and Jacob Kotzubei Distinguished Professor, Washington University in St. Louis
  • Board of Trustees, National Institute of Statistical Science (2021-2023)
  • Member of Program Committee, United Nations World Data Forum (2022-2024)
  • Steering Group Member-at-Large, Section U of AAAS (2017-2021)
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John Bailer, University Distinguished Professor and Chair, Department of Statistics Miami University
2019 – 2021
A. John Bailer

John Bailer is an American statistician. His work focuses on risk assessment in occupational health, and combining journalism to statistics. 

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Vijay Nair
2013 – 2015
Vijay Nair

Vijay Nair served as President of the International Statistical Institute and President of the International Society for Business and Industrial Statistics. 

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Stephen Stigler
2003 – 2005
Stephen M. Stigler

Stephen M. Stigler is an American statistician and historian of statistics. He is known for his contributions to statistical theory and methodology, particularly in the field of historical statistics. 

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Frederick Mosteller
1991 – 1993
Frederick Mosteller

Frederick Mosteller, an esteemed American mathematician, was widely regarded as one of the foremost statisticians of the 20th century.

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William G. Cochran
1967–1971
William G. Cochran

William G. Cochran was a prominent statistician, born in Scotland but spent most of his life in the United States.

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Walter Willcox
1947–1947
Walter Francis Willcox

Walter Willcox initiated the first statistics course at Cornell University in 1892, one of the earliest university courses in statistics in the United States, and one among 16 universities with such courses in the 1890s.

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