Assistant Professor Associate Professor  
2008 - 2014 2014 - present  

 

Kirsten Doehler
Associate Professor of Statistics
Mathematics and Statistics Department
Elon University
Email: kdoehler@elon.edu
Office: 209A Duke Building
Phone: (336) 278-6473

   General Information
I received my Ph.D. in Statistics from the Department of Statistics at North Carolina State University in 2006 under the direction of Dr. Marie Davidian, the 2013 President of the American Statistical Association.   I received my B.A. degree in Mathematics from the State University of New York College at Geneseo in 2000.

For the last 25 years I have been a competitive runner or recreational jogger.

My Vitae (PDF)
 
Click here to see some Dominican Republic photos from the GBL 298 course.

   Research Interests
Click here to see a graph generated by my research students, Christian Wagner and Abby Phillips.

My research interests include survival analysis, statistics education, sports analytics, and statistical consulting.

Click here to see R code to generate SemiNonParametric survival function estimates from use of an exponential base function. The code also compares SNP estimatation to nonparametric Kaplan-Meier estimation and graphs both types of functions. The resulting graph is shown here.

   Links
THIS IS STATISTICS
American Statistical Association
Statistics Internships
SAS Documentation
R Software
Python

   Statistical Thoughts
Statistics is not a discipline like physics, chemistry or biology where we study a subject to solve problems in the same subject. We study statistics with the main aim of solving problems in other disciplines. (C. R. Rao)

In a world in which the price of calculation continues to decrease rapidly, but the price of theorem proving continues to hold steady or increase, elementary economics indicates that we ought to spend a larger and larger fraction of our time on calculation. (J. Tukey)