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Gianluca Baio (University College London)
Sheila Bird (MRC Biostatistics Unit)
Mario Cortina Borja (University College London)
Carlos Grajales (Statistical consultant)
Francesca Little (University of Cape Town)
Robert Matthews (Aston University)
Allan Reese (Independent consultant)
E. Marian Scott (University of Glasgow)
James Tucker (Office for National Statistics)
Michael Wallace (University of Waterloo)
James Cochran (University of Alabama)
Marco Geraci (University of South Carolina)
Amanda Golbeck (University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences)
Qizhai Li (Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
Megan Price (Human Rights Data Analysis Group)
Alan Schwarz (New York, NY)
Susan Spruill (Applied Statistics and Consulting)
Kelly Zou (Pfizer)
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