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JANE (ZHENGYU) FAN 31 Gerry Road, Chestnut Hill, MA, 02467 (404) 291-8394 fzyjane@gmail.

com Summary of Qualifications Highly qualified and talented Statistician with interest in biological and clini cal research; solid background and training in both theoretical and applied stat istics, with skills related to quantitative analysis of clinical data. *Extensive experience with Generalized Linear Models, linear regressions, logist ic regressions, mixed models, and parametric and non-parametric tests. *Highly skilled at manipulating large data sets, computing new variables and app lying different analytic methods. *Solid statistical and programming experience in SAS (e.g., proc mixed, proc ano va, proc logistic, proc reg, and proc glm) and S-Plus/R; familiar with Python, C and MS Office. *Authorized to work in the U.S. for any employer. Education Master of Science in Biostatistics, San Diego State University, San Diego, Calif ornia Expected Thesis title: Weighted estimation for a generalized linear mixed model with sur rogate covariate data and its applications to environmental epidemiology study Bachelor of Science in Computer Information System, Fudan University, Shanghai, China 2002 Relevant Coursework Design and Analysis of Clinical Experiments * Analysis of Longitudinal Data Applied Logistic Regression * Statistical Estimation of Epidemiological Risk Categorical Data Analysis * Statistical Methods for Rates and Proportions Applied Linear Statistical Models * Epidemiology * Nonparametric Methods Applied Regression Analysis and Other Multivariable Methods * Statistical Infer ence Sampling: Design and Analysis * Statistical Consulting * Bioinformatics Key Projects *Performed sample size determination and power calculation. *Proposed two-step inference procedure for generalized linear mixed models (GLMM ) with missing covariate data. *Built logistic regression models to assess the prevalence of cancer related fat igue level. *Analyzed longitudinal data and built models. Professional Experience Southwest Fisheries Science Center (SWFSC), La Jolla, California Sep 2007-July 2 009 Assistant Statistician *Analyzed data to explore the reasons of different migration rates and mortality rates of Pacific Sardines at different months and years.

*Executed generalized additive models to estimate Pacific temperature at differe nt levels and applied linear regression models to predict migration rate and pat terns of Pacific Hake, Sardines, and other varieties of fish. *Conducted ratio estimate by comparing two different methods-ratio of the averag e, average of the ratio. *Prepared project report with details on data, analytic methods, and major findi ngs, with supporting statistics and graphic illustrations. *Presented results to project managers and senior executives. *Used S-Plus and R for all data processing and analyses. Assistant Statistician Moores Cancer Center, University of California - San Diego May 2008-Sep 2008 *Developed linear models to analyze immunological effects of treatments affectin g T cells in patients with various types of cancers. *Built logistic regression models to identify if blood biomarkers were related t o fatigue level associated with cancer. *Contributed to sample size determination and power calculation. *Used SAS and R for all data processing and analytic work (R for graphing). Affiliations Treasurer, American Statistical Association, San Diego Chapter Awards Qiushi Prize for Academic Performance, Fudan University, Shanghai 2000