Jelena Bradic is an
Associate Professor of Statistics at the
Department of Mathematics & Halicioglu Data Science Institute associated with the University of California, San Diego.
Prof. Bradic was very fortunate to be advised by Prof. Jianqing Fan at Princeton University, while completing her Ph.D. work in Statistics at Department of Operations Research and Financial Engineering.
She directs "Statistics Lab for Learning Large-Scale and Complex Data". Her interests are in data science, causal inference, machine and statistical learning, robust statistics, censored and survival biomedical analysis. Her application areas range from biomedical sciences to economics to political science and computational biology.
Prof. Bradic is a current Associate Editor of
The Journal of the American Statistical Association & Journal of Nonparametric Statistics.
Prof. Bradic has been elected
Program Chair for JSM 2020
for the ASA Section on Statistical Learning & Data Science.
Prof. Bradic has been awarded a 2017 NSF DMS Grant (sole PI), awarded by the NSF Division of Mathematical Sciences, a 5-year partnership with Scientific Research Community of the Research Foundation Flanders (FWO), she is the recipient of the 2014 Hellman Fellowship, awarded by the Hellman Foundation, she has been awarded a 2012 NSF DMS Grant award (sole PI), awarded by the NSF Division of Mathematical Sciences, she has been the recipient of the 2012 WCAI Research Grant Award, awarded by the University of Pennsylvania and the 2010 LAHA Award, awarded by the Institute of Mathematical Statistics. Prof. Bradic has been recognized as an outstanding teacher at Princeton University with APGA Award for Teaching and Scholarly Excellence and an Excellence in Teaching Award. She currently serves on committees for National Science Foundation and the American Statistical Association.