Roee received his Ph.D. from the Department of Statistics at Harvard University.
His advisor was Professor Donald Rubin and he was a member of Professor Jun Liu’s lab. His Ph.D. thesis is entitled: “Topics in Missing Data and Causality.”
Roee received a BS with Honors in Statistics, Operations Research and Computer Science from Tel Aviv University (TAU) in 1999. He went
on to receive a MS in Applied Statistics with Special Honors under the supervision of Professor Yossef Hochberg from TAU in 2004. In addition, Roee served as a teaching
assistant in the TAU Department of Statistics from 1999-2002. His MS
thesis is entitled: “Improved Multiple Test Procedures for Discrete Distributions: New Ideas and Analytical Review.”
From 2004-2006, Roee was a research statistician with The Ben-Tal group in the Biochemistry Department at TAU. He was involved
with the QuasiMotiFinder server, which focused on identifying signatures and signatures-like patterns in protein sequences.
Roee is also a former member of the False Discovery Rate group in the School of Mathematics at TAU.
Roee is a native of Petach Tikva, Israel. For seven years, he served as Captain in a technological unit with the Israel Defense Forces. Roee’s areas of interest are
Bayesian data analysis, missing data, matching, causal inference and bioinformatics.