Dr. Ho Weang Kee is a Lecturer and Researcher in Statistics. She completed her PhD in the area of missing data in longitudinal and survival studies at Newcastle University (UK). Her first post-doctoral research position was on a National Institute for Health Research Project that aimed to bring advanced methodology to the area of child speech and language development, and to help train health professionals in the use of statistical methods. She was then appointed to a post-doctoral position as a Medical/Genetic Statistician at University of Cambridge where she worked on genetic and biomarkers for cardiovascular disease based on large electronic record databases. She joined the Department of Applied Mathematics at Nottingham University, Malaysia Campus, in June 2013.
Pre-Calculus, Foundation Algebra, Applied Algebra, Probabilistic and Statistical Technique for Engineers, Mathematics for Engineering Management
Her research interests are in the application and development of statistical methodology for missing data, particularly in the context of repeated measurement studies. Her research has recently… read more
Her research interests are in the application and development of statistical methodology for missing data, particularly in the context of repeated measurement studies. Her research has recently expanded into the area of statistical genetics, specifically in the application of statistical methods to genetic data for identifying and characterizing genetic variants that associated with disease.
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