08/2003–present. As Full Professor at the University of Rochester, courses taught and developed:
- Linear Models, Seminar in Statistical Literature, Topics in Biostatistics: Monte Carlo Methods and Modeling of Biomedical Dynamic Systems, Statistical Inference for M.S. and Ph.D. graduate students.
08/1994–07/1996. As Assistant Professor at the University of Memphis, courses taught:
- Introduction to Probability Theory and Applied Probability and Queueing Theory, for undergraduate and non-statistics major students.
- Multivariate Statistical Methods, Experimental Design and Inference Theory, for M.S. and Ph.D. graduate students in statistics.
09/1989–08/1994. As Teaching Assistant at the Florida State University, assisted in teaching following statistical courses:
- Fundamental Business Statistics, Statistics through Example, Analysis of Variance and Design of Experiments, Mathematical Statistics, Introductory Probability, Time Series and Forecasting Methods.