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medical biometry educator

Klaus Dietz, German medical biometry educator. Fellow International Statistics Institute; member International Epidemiological Association, International Biometric Society, American Statistics Association, Society for Mathematics Biology.

Background

Dietz, Klaus was born on August 26, 1940 in Ludwigshafen am Rhein, Germany. Son of Nikolaus and Anna (Auer) Dietz.

Education

Diploma in Mathematics, University Heidelberg, 1964. Doctor Natural Sciences, University Heidelberg, 1966.

Career

Scientist department medical statistics and documentation University Freiburg, Germany, 1964-1967. Lecturer department probability and statistics University Sheffield, England, 1967-1969. Statistician World Health Organization Headquarters, Geneva, Switzerland, 1969-1976.

Professor medical biometry, director department medical biometry University Tübingen, Germany, since 1976. Visiting scientist Cornell University Center Environmental Quality Management, Ithaca, New York, since 1968, Weizmann Institute, Department Mathematics Rehovot, Israel, 1972, Stanford University, Department Mathematics Palo Alto, California, 1974, Centers for Disease Control and Emory University School Public Health, Department Biostats, Atlanta, 1991. School of Statistics, Melbourne, Australia, 1994, Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge, England, Study and Conference Center Rockefeller Foundation, Bellagio, Italy, 1994, Mathematics Research Institute, Oberwolfach, Germany, 1995, Department Epidemiology, School Public Health, University Mich, Ann Arbor, 1995-1996, Center for Biometry Wageningen, Netherlands, 2000.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-editor: (with N. Jewell and V. Farewell) AIDS Epidemiology: Methodological Issues, 1992. Editor Springer Series in Statistics for Biology and Health, 1989—2003. Associate editor or member editorial board Theoretical Population Biology, 1973—2003, Journal Mathematical Biology, 1976-1999, Biometrics, 1980-1984, Statistics in Medicine, 1982—2005, Parasitology Today, 1985-1990, Basic Research in Cardiology, 1985-1992, Parassitologia, 1986—2006, Mathematical Bioscis.

      , 1989-2003, Jour Epidemiology and Biostats., 1995—2003, Parasitology, 1996—2007, Mathematical Population Studies, 1999—2003. Contributor more than 340 articles to professional journals.

Membership

Fellow International Statistics Institute. Member International Epidemiological Association, International Biometric Society, American Statistics Association, Society for Mathematics Biology.

Connections

Married Ursula Kipp, May 31, 1963. Children: Andreas, Angelika.

father:
Nikolaus Dietz

mother:
Anna (Auer) Dietz

spouse:
Ursula Kipp

child:
Andreas Dietz

child:
Angelika Dietz