Abou El-Makarim Aboueissa, PhD

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  • Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
207-228-8389

Science Building, room C581, C-wing, Portland campus

Education

  • PhD, Statistics, Western Michigan University
  • MS, Applied Statistics, Michigan State University
  • MS, Mathematical Statistics, Alexandria University
  • BS, Statistics

Expertise

Professor Aboueissa's training in theoretical statistics coupled with over 20 years of collaborations in the areas of public health, medicine, nursing, applied medical, pharmacology, and communications puts him at an extremely advantageous position as a researcher at the interface of interdisciplinary and translational research. The scope of Professor Aboueissa’s research interest is broad, drawing upon theoretical and applied statistics. Most of his recent work has focused on developing statistical inference techniques for estimating population parameters from incomplete data assuming that the distribution of an underlying population is normal or lognormal. Professor Aboueissa’s interdisciplinary research includes, but is not limited to: pharmacology, toxicology, nursing, applied medical, communications, and environmental sciences, which reflect his interest in applied statistics. Professor Aboueissa’s future research will focus on pure theory of statistics and applications. On the theory side, his aspiration is to search for better and more efficient statistical methods of estimations from censored and/or truncated sample data that are common in many experimental and observational research studies in the fields that are outside of mainstream statistics, such as environmental, biological, and biomedical sciences, epidemiology, engineering, toxicology, and pharmacology.

Professor Aboueissa’s teaching experience includes teaching both undergraduate and graduate courses in statistics, biostatistics, data science, mathematics, and statistical evaluation of the clinical data from multi-center clinical trials. Professor Aboueissa has a good range of teaching experience both in person and online gained over 35 years.

207-228-8389

Science Building, room C581, C-wing, Portland campus

Education

  • PhD, Statistics, Western Michigan University
  • MS, Applied Statistics, Michigan State University
  • MS, Mathematical Statistics, Alexandria University
  • BS, Statistics