Jiming Jiang is Professor in the Department of Statistics at the University of California - Davis. He has been in this position since 2004. Previously he was Associate Professor, Department of Statistics, University of California, Davis from 2001-2004. From 1995 - 2001, Jiang was Assistant Professor, Department of Statistics, Case Western Reserve University. Jiang was also a Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Spring 1998.
Jiang was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at NISS in 1995 where he worked on accurate estimation of travel times.
Jiang received his B.S. in Mathematics and his M.S. in Probability and Statistics, Peking University in 1985 and 1988 respectively. He earned his Ph.D. in Statistics from the University of California at Berkeley in 1995.
Jiang's area of expertise includes Mixed effects models, generalized linear models, model selection, small area estimation, asymptotic theory, longitudinal data, statistical genetics/bioinformatics, testing hypotheses, spatial statistics, matrix algebra, probability theory, numerical analysis, Monte-Carlo methods, pharmacokinetics, reliability. He is the author of over 80 published, peer-reviewed papers.
Jiang is an elected Member, International Statistical Institutes. He gave the DSMD Distinguished Lecture, U.S. Census Bureau in 2013. He is a Fellow, Institute of Mathematical Statistics, since 2008 and a Fellow, American Statistical Association, since 2007. Jiang, along with A. Gelman and F. Bois, won the Outstanding Statistical Application Award, American Statistical Association in 1998.