Statistics Faculty Research

Statistics is the discipline that deals with the collection, analysis, interpretation and presentation of data. It can be applied to a wide array of academic areas, from biology, chemistry and anthropology to geography, political science and sociology. Because it is used as a basis for logical, informed decisions, statistics has wide application in the public and private, profit and nonprofit sectors of society.


Submissions from 2015


Transcultural Self-Efficacy Perceptions of Baccalaureate Nursing Students, Margaret Halter PhD., Faye Grund PhD., Mark Fridline PhD, Sharon See MSN., Lisa Young DNP., and Carol Reece DNP.

Submissions from 2014


Alterations in Gene Array Patterns in Dendritic Cells from Aged Humans, Jia-ning Cao, Anshu Agrawal, Edward Sharman, Zhenyu Jia, and Sudhir Gupta


Topical Rapamycin Systematically Suppresses the Early Stages of Pulsed Dye Laser-Induced Angiogenesis Pathways, Lin Gao, Sydney Phan, Dawnica Mercado Nadora, Margarita Chernova, Victor Sun, Salena Marie Oaxaca Preciado, Brittany Ballew, Zhenyu Jia, Wangcun Jia, Gang Wang, Martin C. Mihm Jr., J. Stuart Nelson, and Wenbin Tan


On the Construction of Restricted Minimum Aberration Designs, Chand Krishan Midha, Chung-Yi Suen, and Ashish Das