Shujie Ma
Shujie MaAssociate ProfessorOffice: 1418 Olmsted Hall Mail:1337 Olmsted Hall University of California, Riverside Riverside, CA 92521 Email: shujie.ma@ucr.edu Voice: 9518273730 Fax: 9518273286 Website: http://faculty.ucr.edu/~shujiema 
Class Offerings:
 STAT 155: Probability and Statistics for Science and Engineering
 STAT 171: General Statistical Models
 STAT 201ABC: Theory of Probability and Statistics
 STAT 205: Discrete Data Analysis
 STAT255J: Longitudinal Data Analysis
Education:
Ph.D. Statistics, Michigan State University, 2011
M.S. Statistics, Michigan State University, 2006
B.S. Management, Xi'an Jiaotong Univerisity, 2004
Research:

Precision (personalized) medicine
 Factor models, largescale data analysis
 Inference of highdimensional data, functional data and nonlinear time series data
 Asymptotic theory, stochastic processes, extreme value theory
 Applications to geneenvironment interaction, environmental risk assessment, medicine and financial data
Publications:
 He, K., Lian, H., Ma, S., and Huang, J. Z. (2017+) Dimensionality Reduction and Variable Selection in Multivariate VaryingCoefficient Models with a Large Number of Covariates. JASA  Theory and Methods (In press)

Ma, S., Ma, Y., Wang, Y., and Carroll, R. J. (2016+) A Semiparametric SingleIndex Risk Score Across Populations. JASA  Theory and Methods (In press)

Ma, S., Li, R. and Tsai, C.L. (2016+) Variable Screening via Partial Quantile Correlation. JASA  Theory and Methods (In press)

Ma, S., and Huang, J. (2017) A Concave Pairwise Fusion Approach to Subgroup Analysis. JASA  Theory and Methods, 112, 410432

Ma, S. and He, X. (2016) Inference for Singleindex Quantile Regression Models with Profile Optimization. Annals of Statistics, 44, 12341268

Ma, S., Carroll, R. J., Liang, H. and Xu, S. (2015) Estimation and Inference in Generalized Additive Coefficient Models for Nonlinear Interactions with Highdimensional Covariates. Annals of Statistics, 43, 21022131

Ma, S. and Song, P. X.K. (2015) Varying Index Coefficient Models. JASA  Theory and Methods, 110, 341356

Ma, S. (2012) Twostep Spline Estimating Equations for Generalized Additive Partially Linear Models with Large Cluster Sizes. Annals of Statistics, 40, 29432972
Grants:

PI: NSF DMS1712558, 20172020, New nonparametric modeling methods for highdimensional time series

Hellman Fellowship, 20152016, Varying coefficient modeling for environmental risk assessment

CoPI: NIH R01 (R01ES024732), 20152019, Statistical methods to assess early life environmental exposures on child health (PI: Song, P. X.K. from University of Michigan; CoPI: Ma, S. 10% effort)

PI: NSF DMS1306972, 20132016, Estimation, model selection and inference in two classes of non and semiparametric models for repeated measurements
Honors and Awards:

Hellman Fellowship, 2015

Regents Faculty Fellowship by Riverside Division of the Academic Senate, 2012

Travel Grant from the Academic Senate Research Funds at UC Riverside, 2012

Elected Member of the International Statistical Institute, 2012

Dissertation Completion Fellowship (Michigan State University, JanuaryMay 2011

Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Students Abroad, 2010

NSF Travel Award, Third Midwest Statistics Research Colloquium, 2010

Laha Award (Institute of Mathematical Statistics, August 2009
 Stapleton Travel Award, Michigan State University, 2009
 Young Research Fellowship, UFL 11th Annual Winter Workshop, 2009
Editorial Service:
 Associate Editor, Statistica Sinica, 2017 to present.
 Associate Editor, Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 2014 to present.