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Lap-Ming Wun

Mathematical Statistician, 1999

Ph.D., Applied Mathematics (Statistics), University of Maryland-College Park

Research Interests
Sampling and design methodology
General statistical analysis
Time series analysis

Current Research Projects
Predictive model for poverty status in the 1997 Medical Expenditure Panel Survey Household Component (MEPS-HC) (with Steve Cohen and John Moeller)
Adjusting health care utilization data reported by the household using information provided by medical providers (with Steve Cohen)
Effect of imputed values on the estimation of variance (With Steve Cohen)

Technical Assistance and Services
Reviewed papers and documents for staff members of CCFS, other units of AHRQ, as well as other agencies.
Provided support to the National Health Research Institute (NHRI) of the Republic of China, Taiwan for their development of a National Health Interview Survey.
Served as center representative on departmental design group planning the redesign of National Health Interview Survey (NHIS).
Served as representative on Interagency work group on redesign of Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) surveys.

Referee Experience
Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, Health Services Research

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