I graduated from the University of Windsor in Ontario Canada. My dissertation was on “Inference on some epidemiological indices and variance function in semi-parametric analysis of count data”. My research included the analysis of correlated and clustered counts, and proportions which occur frequently in various fields. Along the way, I have added to my overall credentials and achievements, attaining many awards and successes. During the 23rd New England Statistics Symposium, CT, I was awarded an Honorable mention for the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center / Student Research Award Competition. I was also covered in AMStatNews (ASA) magazine. I have also had the pleasure of giving various talks and presentations both in Canada as well as the USA. Regarding my research, I have also written a few papers as well that were published in various reputable journals.
Interval Estimation of Some Epidemiological Measures of Association (with Tasneem Zaihra and Sudhir Paul), The International Journal of Biostatistics (2011)
In epidemiological cohort studies, the probability of developing a disease for individuals in a treatment/intervention...