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Christine E McLaren

Christine E McLaren
Christine E. McLaren
University of California
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Dr. Christine E. McLaren is currently employed as Professor in Department of Epidemiology in School of Medicine at University of California.

Vice Chair for Academic Affairs, Epidemiology
Scientific Member, Genetic Epidemiology Research Institute
Director of Biostatistics, Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center
Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University, Biostatistics
M.S., Case Western Reserve University, Mathematical Statistics
M.A., Stanford University, Mathematics Education
B.S., San Jose State University, Mathematics

Research Interest

Finite Mixture Distributions
Goodness-of-fit Testing
Statistical Modeling of Biological Processes
Iron Deficiency Anemia
Iron Overload