- Assistant Professor
- Paul H. Chook Department of Information Systems and Statistics
- (646) 312-3438
Victor Pena, PhD, is an assistant professor of Statistics at Baruch College. He joined the faculty of the Zicklin School of Business’ Paul H. Chook Department of Information Systems and Statistics in the fall of 2018. Professor Pena’s research interests are in the areas of statistical hypothesis testing and model selection, including the interface between Bayesian and frequentist approaches. He received his PhD and MS in Statistical Science from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina.
Discussion of “Dissecting Multiple Imputation from a Multi-phase Inference Perspective: What Happens when God’s, Computer’s, and Analyst’s Models are Uncongenial?,” with D. Banks in Statistica Sinica, 27(4), 1554-1559, 2017
Bayesian optimization with shape constraints with M. Jauch, NIPS Workshop on Bayesian Optimization, 2016
Attolini, C. S. O., Peña, V., & Rossell, D. (2015). “Designing alternative splicing RNA-seq studies. Beyond generic guidelines,” with Attolini, C.S.O. and Rossell, D. in Bioinformatics, 31(22), 3631-3637.