Ph.D., Harvard University, 1996
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Ori Davidov joined the Department of Statistics at the University of Haifa in 1999. He received a Sc.D. degree in Biostatistics from Harvard University in 1996, an M.S. degree in Statistics from Carnegie Mellon University, and prior to that he had been a Medical Student at the Hebrew University. He has held visiting positions at Merck Research Labs, Harvard University and the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) and his research has beem supported by the U.S-Israeli Bi-National Science Foundation (BSF), the Israeli Science Foundation (ISF), and the National Institutes of Health (NIH). He is an elected Fellow of International Institute of Statistics.
Order restricted inference, methods and models for ranking and rating, nonparametric methods for multivariate and high dimensional data, case control studies and general statistical methodology.
- Davidov O, Herman A (2011). Multivariate stochastic orders induced by case control sampling. Methodology and Computing in Applied Probability, 13: 139-154.
- Davidov O, Peddada SD (2011). Order restricted inference for multivariate binary data with application to toxicology. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 106: 1394-1404.
- Davidov O, Herman A (2012). Ordinal dominance curve based inference for stochastically ordered distributions. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 74: 825-847.
- Rosen S, Davidov O (2012). Order restricted inference for multivariate longitudinal data with applications to the natural history of hearing loss. Statistics in Medicine, 31: 1761-1773.
- Davidov O, Peddada SD (2013). The linear stochastic order and directed inference for multivariate ordered distributions. The Annals of Statistics, 41: 1-40.