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Suggested Citation:"C. Forum Participants." National Research Council. 1991. The Future of Statistical Software: Proceedings of a Forum. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/1910.
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Appendix C
Forum Participants

Susan Ahmed

National Center for Education Statistics

Yahia Ahmed

Internal Revenue Service

Nicholas Alberti

Bureau of the Census

Irwin Anolik

Bureau of the Census

Edmund L. Auchter

Arlington, Virginia

R. Clifton Bailey

Health Care Financing Administration

Bruce M. Barnhill

Biodecision Laboratories, Inc.

Austin Barron

American University

Marilyn Barron

Agency for Health Care Policy Research

Curtis Barton

Food and Drug Administration

Al Best

Virginia Commonwealth University

Paul Black

Decision Science Consortium

Larry Bobbitt

Bureau of the Census

Mary Ellen Bock

Purdue University

Tom Broene

Bell Atlantic, Inc.

Gregory Campbell

National Institutes of Health

Daniel B. Carr

George Mason University

Judy Chen

Food and Drug Administration

James Clair

Merck, Sharp and Dohme, Inc.

Michael P. Cohen

National Center for Education Statistics

James M. Davenport

Virginia Commonwealth University

Daniel Denman

University of Maryland

R. Michael Dummer

Glenside, Pennsylvania

William DuMouchel

BBN Software Products, Inc.

Suggested Citation:"C. Forum Participants." National Research Council. 1991. The Future of Statistical Software: Proceedings of a Forum. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/1910.
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Herbert W. Eber

Psychological Resources, Inc.

William F. Eddy

Carnegie Mellon University

Dean Fennell

Department of Energy

Robert J. Frank

National Security Agency

Russell Freed

Michigan State University

Paul A. Games

Pennsylvania State University

Turkan K. Gardenier

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Edward J. Gilroy

U.S. Geological Survey

J. Jeffrey Goebel

Department of Agriculture

Jeff Goldner

New Unit

David Grier

George Washington University

M.J. Guilfoyle

University of Pennsylvania

Robert M. Hamer

Virginia Commonwealth University

Tom Herzog

Federal Housing Administration

Katherine S. Hogye

Food and Drug Administration

Sally E. Howe

National Institute of Standards and Technology

M. Raymond Jason

National Public Radio

Robert W. Jernigan

American University

Robert E. Johnson

Virginia Commonwealth University

Richard M. Jones

Philip Morris Research Center

Ian H. Keith

Potomac Systems Engineering, Inc.

David S. Keller

SmithKline Beecham Animal Health

Andrew Kirsch

3M

Charlie Kish

Medical College of Virginia

James R. Knaub, Jr.

Department of Energy

Robert Koyak

Department of Justice

Charles Lin

SAS Institute, Inc.

Murray H. Loew

George Washington University

Suggested Citation:"C. Forum Participants." National Research Council. 1991. The Future of Statistical Software: Proceedings of a Forum. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/1910.
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Jay Magidson

Statistical Innovations, Inc.

Marvin S. Margolis

Millersville University

William E. McGarvey

National Institutes of Health

Ted Mihalisin

Mihalisin Associates, Inc

Reza Modarres

American University

Keith E. Muller

University of North Carolina

Sally M. Muller

University of North Carolina

Ruth E. O'Brien

Board on Mathematical Sciences

Michael W. O'Donnell

Food and Drug Administration

William Page

Institute of Medicine

Jon K. Peck

SPSS, Inc.

Daryl Pregibon

AT&T Bell Laboratories

Terry J. Reedy

Newark, Delaware

Alfredo Rojas

SmithKline Beecham

Carl T. Russell

Operational Test and Evaluation Command, U.S. Army

Barbara F. Ryan

Minitab, Inc.

Rama Sastry

Department of Energy

John H. Schuenemeyer

University of Delaware

Babu V. Shah

Research Triangle Institute

Alison Shaw

Cornell University

Jay Silva

U.S. Army Research Institute

P. Simpson

Medical College of Virginia

Willard A. Stanback

Norfolk State University

Eric Stellwagen

Business Forecast Systems, Inc.

Mike Sullivan

STSC, Inc.

Robert Suriano

American Petroleum Institute

Bettie M. Teevan

Army Research Institute for Behavioral Science

Suggested Citation:"C. Forum Participants." National Research Council. 1991. The Future of Statistical Software: Proceedings of a Forum. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/1910.
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Robert F. Teitel

Abt Associates, Inc.

Al Thaler

National Science Foundation

John R. Tucker

Board on Mathematical Sciences

Paul A. Tukey

Bell Communications Research

Paul F. Velleman

Cornell University

T.S. Weng

Food and Drug Administration

William B. Whiston

Small Business Administration

Karen Wilcock

ENVIRON Corporation

Lisa Wilkinson

BBN Software Products, Inc.

Steve Wilson

Food and Drug Administration

Philip Wirtz

George Washington University

Franklin Womack

U.S. Army Concepts Analysis Agency

Forrest W. Young

University of North Carolina

William Yu

Health Care Financing Administration

Constantine Zervos

Food and Drug Administration

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