Academic Credentials
  • Ph.D., Statistics, Bowling Green State University, 2013
  • M.Sc., Applied Mathematics, University of Toledo, 2009
  • M.A., Mathematics, The University of Jordan, 2006
  • B.Sc., Honors with First Rank, Mathematics, The University of Jordan, 2001
Licenses & Certifications
  • Applying the Quality Online Learning & Teaching (QOLT) Instrument Certificate
  • Digitally Enhanced Teaching Certificate
  • Student Success Analytics Certificate
  • The Stanford Medical Statistics Certificate
Additional Education & Training
  • Thinking Critically: Interpreting Randomized Clinical Trials, Stanford Online, 2020.
  • SAS Visual Data Mining and Machine Learning on SAS Viya: Interactive Machine Learning, 2020.
  • Statistics for Data Science, Mathematical Association of America (MAA) mini-course, 2020.
  • Advanced R Programming, 2019.
Professional Honors
  • CSU Chancellor's Office Faculty Recognition Certificate for contributions to redesign of technology program and Introductory Biostatistics courses, 2017.
  • HSU President and College of e-Learning Faculty Recognition Award for designing an online Biostatistics course and contributions to CSU Quality Assurance initiatives, HSU, 2017.
Professional Affiliations
  • American Statistical Association

Dr. Hasan has broad experience in the application of statistical methods to problems in environmental science, medicine, and public health. Her areas of research expertise include change-point detection, distribution theory, mixtures of distributions, and skewed distributions. 

Dr. Hasan also has a strong foundation in mathematics and proficiency in a range of software tools including R, RStudio, Minitab, MS Excel, and SAS.

Prior to joining Exponent, Dr. Hasan was a tenured associate professor at Humboldt State University (now Cal Poly Humboldt). She taught statistics, conducted research in statistics and statistics education, and provided statistical consulting to students and professors at the university. Dr. Hasan founded and directed a statistical consulting laboratory and provided statistical support for grant proposals, theses, and research papers. She led a research experience for undergraduates in topological data analysis, which students used to explore trends in COVID-19 hospitalization rates across different states. Dr. Hasan holds a certificate in Medical Statistics from Stanford University. In addition to her academic experience, Dr. Hasan worked briefly as a senior biostatistician at a pharmaceutical company, where she served as a study statistician for phase 2 clinical trials in ophthalmology.