About Me

I am a PhD student in Survey Methodology at the University of Michigan. My research focus is mainly concerned with finite population inference for Big Data as large-scale non-probability samples. Currently, I am working as a graduate student research assistant under the supervision of Professor Michael Elliott and Dr. Carol Flannagan at the Survey Research CenterInstitute for Social Research

EDUCATION:

▫ PhD student in Survey Methodology: University of Michigan (present)
▫ MSc in Survey Methodology: University of Michigan (2018)
▫ MSc in Biostatistics: Tehran University of Medical Sciences (2012)
▫ BSc in Statistics: Ferdowsi University of Mashhad (2008)

INTERESTS:

▫ Design and Analysis of Complex Sample Surveys
▫ Calibrating Big Data for Population Inference
▫ Infectious Disease Modeling and Early Detection of Outbreaks
▫ Machine Learning and Clustering of High-Dimensional Data
▫ Finite Mixture Models especially Hidden Markov Model
▫ Bayesian Computation and Bayesian Hierarchical Modeling
▫ Cancer Epidemiology and Cancer Survival Analysis
▫ Statistical Computing with R