List of Presidents of The Institute of Mathematical Statistics

List Of Presidents Of The Institute Of Mathematical Statistics

The President of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics is the highest officer of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics (IMS), and, together with the President-Elect and Past President, sets the directions for IMS during his or her term of office.

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