“A Shape Restricted Propensity Score Matching Method in Casual Inference,” Presented by Jing Qin, PhD, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

# Statistics Colloquium

# Statistics Colloquium: Shouhao Zhou, Pennsylvania State University

“Predictive Bayes Factors with an Application Model-Assisted Design,” Presented by Shouhao Zhou, Department of Public Health Services, Division of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, Penn State Cancer Institute, Pennsylvania State University.

# Statistics Colloquium: Jingjing Yin, Georgia Southern University

“Joint Inference of ROC Measures for Diagnostic Biomarker/Test Evaluation”, presented by Jingjing Yin, Associate Professor of Biostatistics, Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health, Georgia Southern University.

# Statistics Colloquium: Paul Cislo, Pfizer

“Applications of Finite Mixture Models”, presented by Paul Cislo, PhD., Statistical Research and Data Science Center, Pfizer, Inc.

# Statistics Colloquium: Gemma Moran, Columbia University

“Identifiable Deep Generative Models via Sparse Decoding”, presented by Gemma Moran, Postdoctoral Research Scientist, Data Science Institute, Columbia University.

# Statistics Colloquium: Richard Guo, University of Cambridge

“Harnessing Extra Randomness: Replicability, Flexibility and Causality”, presented by Richard Guo, Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, University of Cambridge.

# Statistics Colloquium: Matteo Bonvini, Carnegie Mellon University

“Optimal Subgroup Identification”, presented by Matteo Bonvini, Department of Statistics and Data Science, Carnegie Mellon University.

# Statistics Colloquium: Guanyu Hu, University of Missouri

“Bayesian Spatial Homogeneity Learning for Functional Data”, presented by Guanyu Hu, Department of Statistics, University of Missouri.

# Statistics Colloquium: Ying Zhou, University of Toronto

“The Promises of Parallel Outcomes”, presented by Ying Zhou, Department of Statistics, University of Toronto.

# Statistics Colloquium: Mary Lai Salvana, University of Houston

“3D Bivariate Spatial Modelling of Argo Ocean Temperature and Salinity Profiles”, presented by Mary Lai Salvana, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Mathematics, University of Houston.