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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.


Present Faculty Member, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Research Interests

Overdispersed Count Data Analysis

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Honors and Awards

  • Ontario Government's Scholarship in Science and Technology at PhD Level
  • University of Windsor Doctoral Tuition Scholarship
  • IBM Student Paper Award
  • Delta Kappa GammaWorld Fellowship for Wonen in Statistics


  • Regression Analysis
  • Linear Models
  • Design of Experiments
  • Statistical Computing
  • Simulation
  • Mathematical Statistics
  • Introductory Statistics and Probability
  • Biostatistics for Health Sciences
  • Finite Mathematics