"I see the role of the Reviews Editor as selecting books to support the editorial missions of the respective journals, with an eye toward broad appeal across the statistics community."
ALEXANDRIA, VA (PRWEB) June 15, 2010
The American Statistical Association, the nation’s preeminent statistical society, has appointed Alyson Wilson as the Reviews Editor for the Journal of the American Statistical Association and The American Statistician. Her term as editor will begin January 1, 2011, and will continue through 2013.
Dr. Wilson is an associate professor at Iowa State University and a Scientist V with Los Alamos National Laboratory. Her research areas include Bayesian methods, reliability (with an emphasis on complex systems), statistics in defense, and data and information systems. She has compiled an impressive list of publications, and has served as an Associate Editor for Reviews since 2008.
"I see the role of the Reviews Editor in book reviews as selecting books to support the editorial missions of the respective journals, with an eye toward broad appeal across the statistics community," Dr. Wilson said.
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