PhD in Statistics, Texas A&M University
MS in Statistics, Seoul National University
BS in Statistics, Seoul National University
2022 – present
Assistant Professor, Joint Faculty of Department of Statistics & College of Liberal Studies, Seoul National University
2020 – 2022
Principal Investigator, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, USA
2019 – 2020
Research Fellow, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, USA
2017 – 2019
Postdoctoral Fellow, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, USA
Shin Y-E, Zhou L, and Ding Y. (2021) Joint estimation of monotone curves via functional principal component analysis, Computational Statistics & Data Analysis, 107343.
Shin Y-E, Liu D, Sang H, Ferguson TA, and Song PXK. (2021) A binary hidden Markov model on spatial network for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis disease spreading pattern analysis, Statistics in Medicine, 40(13), 3035-3052
Shin Y-E, Gail MH, and Pfeiffer RM. (2021) Assessing risk model calibration with missing covariates, Biostatistics, advance online publication.
Shin Y-E, Pfeiffer RM, Graubard BI, and Gail MH. (2020) Weight calibration to improve efficiency for estimating pure risks from the additive hazards model with the nested case‐control design, Biometrics, advance online publication.
Shin Y-E, Pfeiffer RM, Graubard BI, and Gail MH. (2020) Weight calibration to improve the efficiency of pure risk estimates from case‐control samples nested in a cohort. Biometrics, 76(4), 1087-1097.
Shin Y-E, Sang H, Liu D, Ferguson TA, and Song PXK. (2019) Autologistic network model on binary data for disease progression study, Biometrics, 75(4), 1310-1320.
Shin Y-E, Ding Y, and Huang JZ. (2018) Covariate matching methods for testing and quantifying wind turbine upgrades, Annals of Applied Statistics, 12(2), 1271-1292.
Early Career Development Award, Korean International Statistical Society (KISS)
DCEG Fellows Award for Research Excellence (DFARE), National Cancer Institute
Fellowship Achievement Awards, National Cancer Institute
NET Grant Award, Korean Federation of Science & Technology (KOFST)
2012 – 2013
Dean’s Graduate Scholarship, Texas A&M University