Elena A. Erosheva (she/her)
Professor, University of Washington
Joint: CSSS and School of Social Work
Research: Statistical methodology for the social, behavioral, and health sciences, Bayesian inference, discrete data analysis, hierarchical and latent variables models.
Elena A. Erosheva is Professor of Statistics and Social Work and Associate Director of the Center for Statistics and the Social Sciences at the University of Washington. Her research focuses on the development and application of statistical methods and models for complex and heterogeneous data in the social, behavioral, medical and health sciences. She is a recipient of the 2013 Mitchell Prize from the International Society of Bayesian Analysis for an outstanding paper that describes how a Bayesian analysis has solved an important applied problem, and a first prize winner of 2014 America Competes Act Challenge competition to maximize fairness in NIH peer review in the category Most Creative Idea for Detection of Bias in Peer Review. Erosheva is currently serving as an ArXiv moderator for Statistics, and her current and past editorial board service includes Annals of Applied Statistics, JASA, Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics, and Psychometrika.