Jun Shao, Professor of statistics at University of Wisconsin-Madison. He was selected by the Chinese National Thousand Talents Program in 2009 and has been appointed as the dean of Academy of Applied Statistical Science at East China Normal University. He earned his Ph.D. degree on statistics from University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1987. After then, he started his career as a teacher at Purdue University, University of Ottawa and University of Wisconsin-Madison successively, and was the Chair of Statistics Department at University of Wisconsin-Madison during 2005-2009. He is a fellow of Institute of Mathematical Statistics and fellow of American Statistical Association. His research interests includes: sample surveys, longitudinal data analysis with missing data/covariates, the jackknife, bootstrap and other resampling methods, asymptotic theory in linear and nonlinear models, medical statistics.