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\Large{\textsc{Curriculum Vitae}} \\
\Large{\textsc{John J. Dziak}} \\
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\section{Address}
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110 East Foster Avenue, Apt. 314 \\
State College, PA, 16801, USA \\
Phone: 814-321-1992 \\
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Email: \verb|jjd264@psu.edu| \\
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\section{Education}
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\item[01/2005--08/2006] Ph.D. in Statistics at the Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA.
Thesis: \emph{Penalized quadratic inference functions for variable selection in longitudinal research}; Supervisor: Dr. Runze Li.
\item[08/2001--12/2004] M.S. in Statistics at the Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA. Thesis: \emph{Penalized Likelihood and quasi-likelihood for variable selection in linear models}; Supervisor: Dr. Runze Li.
\item[08/1999--05/2001] M.A. in Psychology at the Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.
\item[08/1995--05/1999] B.S. in Psychology at the University of Scranton, Scranton, PA. Minors in Computer Science and Philosophy.
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\section{Research Experience}
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\item[08/2006--\small{\textsc{Present}}] Research associate, Methodology Center, Penn State.
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\item\small Perform simulation studies and literature reviews relative to model and variable selection, clustered and longitudinal data analysis, and experimental design and power
\item\small Assist in writing and maintaining software in Fortran for plug-in SAS procedures PROC SCADLS, PROC LCA, and PROC LTA
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\item[05/2005--07/2006] Research assistant, Methodology Center and Department of Statistics, Penn State
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\item\small Reviewed and summarized relevant existing literature on variable selection
\item\small Performed and analyzed various simulations, primarily using the R and Matlab/Octave packages
\item\small Explored asymptotic properties of penalized inference functions for regression modeling
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\item[03/2000--01/2001] Research assistant, Life Cycle Institute, Catholic University of America
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\item\small Assisted with a survey of woman diocesan administrators done
for the National Conference of Catholic Bishops. Designed
coding scheme, categorized text responses and provided descriptive statistics (11/2000--03/2001). Supervisor: Dr. Dean Hoge.
\item\small Assisted in data cleaning and description for a study
on drug court administration done for the U.S. Department of Justice; helped
write report for agency (03/2000--07/2000). Supervisor: Dr. Jeff McLellan.
\end{itemize}
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\section{Peer-Reviewed Publications}
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\item Collins, L.M., Dziak, J.J., and Li, R. (2009). Design of experiments with multiple independent variables: a resource management perspective on complete and reduced factorial designs. \emph{Psychological Methods}, in press.
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\section{Software publications}
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\item Dziak, J.J., Lemmon, D.R., and Li, R. (2008) PROC SCADLS, Version 1.0.5$\beta$, and PROC SCADLS User’s Guide.
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\section{Other Publications}
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\item Dziak, J.J., R. Li, amd A. Qu. (2009). An overview on quadratic inference function approaches for longitudinal data (chapter). \emph{New Developments in Biostatistics and Bioinformatics}, J. Fan, X. Lin, and J. S. Liu, eds.; World Scientific, Singapore.
\item Dziak, J.J. and Li, R. (2007). An overview on variable selection for longitudinal data
(chapter). \emph{Quantitative Medical Data Analysis using Mathematical Tools and Statistical Techniques}, vol. 1, D. Hong, ed.; World Scientific,
Singapore.
\end{itemize}
\section{Presentations}
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\item Dziak, J. J., Min, Y. \& Lanza, S. T. (2009, May). Sample Size
Requirements In Latent Class Analysis: The Power Of The Bootstrap Test
For Detecting A Class. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the
Society for Prevention Research, Washington, D.C. (May 27, 2009)
\item Min, Y., Dziak, J. J., \& Lanza, S. T. (2009, May). The Effects Of
Sample Size And Model Characteristics On The Accuracy Of Parameter And Standard Error
Estimation In Latent Class Analysis. Poster presented at the annual
meeting of the Society for Prevention Research, Washington, D.C. (May
27, 2009)
\item Dziak, J. J., Rose, J., and Dierker, L. (2009, May). Estimating Power
For Detecting Risk Factor Effects In Complex Datasets. Presented
at the annual meeting of the Society for Prevention Research,
Washington, D.C. (May 29, 2009)
\item Dziak, J. J., and Li, R. (2006, August). Penalized Generalized Estimating
Equations for Variable Selection with Longitudinal Data. Presented on , American Statistical Association Joint Statistical Meetings, Seattle (August 7, 2006); also at Institute of Mathematical Statistics conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (July 30, 2006).
\item Dziak, J. J., and Li, R. (2003, June). Characterization and new algorithm for nonconvex penalized least squares. Presented at Statistical Society of Canada Annual Meeting, Halifax, Nova Scotia (June 11, 2003).
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\section{Teaching Experience}
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\item[07/2003--05/2005] Instructor, Department of Statistics, Penn State.
Taught Applied Statistics (STAT 500) for graduate students in Summer 2003.
Taught Intermediate Applied Statistics (STAT 460) for undergraduates in Fall 2003, Spring 2004,
and Spring 2005.
\item[07/2002--05/2003] Grading / teaching assistant, Department of Statistics, Penn State.
Supervisors: Makhtar Sarr, Floyd Hummel, David Wagstaff, William Harkness.
\item[10/2000--05/2001] Volunteer tutor, \textit{D.C. Reads} program, Catholic University of America, Washington, DC.
Assisted as weekly tutor for elementary school students, at St.\ Anthony's elementary school in Washington, DC. Supervisor: Kentina Smith.
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\section{Software Skills}
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\item Proficient with R, Minitab, SAS, Fortran 90
\item Familiar with Matlab, Octave, SPSS
\item Some familiarity with C, C++, Visual Basic
\item Proficient with \LaTeX
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