**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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