Editor required for Series B

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Piotr Fryzlewicz will be finishing his four-year term of office for Series B of the journal at the end of 2017. Suggestions or nominations are therefore encouraged and welcomed from members of the Society.

Although an editor’s work is mainly concerned with assessing manuscripts for publication in the journal with the assistance of their editorial panel, joint editors of the journal series are also involved in the on-going formulation and review of policy with the publishers (Wiley) and the Publications Network of Advisors. In addition, Series B Editors are ex officio members of the Research Section Committee, which, among other matters, assesses the suitability of methodological papers for reading to the Society. The editorships of the Society’s journals are important and prestigious positions but they can also be demanding and time consuming. The people who undertake them perform an invaluable service for the Society.

Series B has a long tradition of publishing work that is at the leading edge of methodological development, with a strong emphasis on relevance to statistical practice. The scope of the journal includes papers on study design, statistical models, methods of analysis and the theory that underlies them — almost invariably motivated or illustrated by real examples. Series B aims to disseminate work which is innovative, insightful and likely to have a substantial impact on the way that data are collected and analysed; within these parameters the journal’s remit is broad, embracing for example relevant work in applied probability, computational methods and the foundations of statistics. 

Suggestions for a successor to Piotr will be considered by a search committee comprising:

  • Professor David Dunson (chair and continuing joint editor)
  • Professor Chenlei Leng (Research Section chair)
  • Professor Rob Henderson (University of Newcastle)
  • Professor Nancy Reid (University of Toronto)

They should be addressed to the chair of the search committee, care of the executive editor, Martin Owen, at the Society’s address, to arrive by 31 January 2017.

Any queries in connection with the editorship should be directed to Martin (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), but further details about the position are also available in the Journal editor job description (PDF).

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