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Department of Chemistry and Mathematics

Department of Mathematics

Shuang Li

Assistant Professor, Mathematics
Phone: (239) 590-7436
Office: WH 204

Research interests: My research interests are in two areas. One is the statistical analysis on high-dimension data, including variable selection and network construction, and their applications in biological and medical Science. The other area is the statistical modeling for the reliability of complex systems, in particular, the load-sharing systems.


  • Li, S., Gleaton, J. U. and Lynch, J. D. (2017) “On a Gibbs Measure Representation for Binary Random Variables and Its Implications to System Reliability.”
  • Liu, W., Singh, K., Faisal, M., Li, S., (2015) “Maternal Methadone Treatment and Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome.” American Journal of Perinatology, 32(11): 1078-1086.
  • Grego, J., Li, S., Lynch, J. D. and Sethuraman, J. (2014) “Partition Based Priors and Multiple Event Censoring: An Analysis of Rosen's Fibrous Composite Experiment.” Technometrics, Volume 56, Issue 3.
  • Li, S., Hsu, L., Peng, J. and Wang, P. (2013) “Bootstrap Inference for Network Construction With an Application to a Breast Cancer Microarray Study." Annals of Applied Statistics, Vol. 7 No. 1, 2013
  • Li, S. and Lynch, J. D. (2011) "On a Threshold Representation for Complex Load-Sharing Systems." Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 141 (2011) 2811–2823. August 2011.
  • Li, S. and Lynch, J.D. (2010) "Some Elementary Ideas Concerning the Complexity of System Structure." Naval Research Logistics, Volume 57, Issue 7, 626–633, October 2010.