Australian & New Zealand Journal of Statistics
© Australian Statistical Publishing Association
Edited By: Alan Welsh, Michael Martin, Martin Hazelton, James Curran
Impact Factor: 0.436
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2011: 96/116 (Statistics & Probability)
Online ISSN: 1467-842X
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Welcome to the New Managing Editor of the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Statistics
Alan Welsh has just taken up the position of Managing Editor of the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Statistics (ANZJS). He has been an Associate Editor (1993-2009) and Applications Editor (2010-2012) for the journal and has served as an Associate Editor for a number of other journals including Biometrics, the Journal of the American Statistical Association, the Annals of Statistics, Bernoulli and the International Journal of Biostatistics.
The 2012 Pitman Medal was also awarded to Professor Alan Welsh back in July.
Campbell Award 2011
The Campbell Award is conferred annually by the New Zealand Statistical Association, in recognition of an individual's contribution to the promotion and development of statistics in New Zealand. The 2011 award recognises Dr. Roger Littlejohn (AgResearch) and Professor Alastair Scott (University of Auckland).