a little bit about me
I am a biostatistician with experience in the analysis of large-scale data, including longitudinal survey and administrative data and modelling of count and longitudinal time-to-event data.
My current research interest is the application and extension of complex statistical methods to understand the clinical dynamics of multiple sclerosis (MS) and compare treatment outcomes in MS patients.
I have taught biostatistics and epidemiology to graduate students at The Australian National University and The University of Melbourne.
- Orthostatic hypotension and cognition in older adults: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
- Orthostatic Hypotension and Falls in Older Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.
- Modelling of infectious diseases for providing signal of epidemics: a measles case study in Bangladesh.
- Interaction of Mean Temperature and Daily Fluctuation Influences Dengue Incidence in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
- The emergence of dengue in Bangladesh: epidemiology, challenges and future disease risk.
- Comparing indigenous mortality across urban, rural and very remote areas: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
- A Bayesian approach for estimating under-reported dengue incidence with a focus on non-linear associations between climate and dengue in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
- Geostatistical mapping of the seasonal spread of under-reported dengue cases in Bangladesh.
- A stochastic model for early identification of infectious disease epidemics with application to measles cases in Bangladesh.
- Profile: the Chakaria Health and Demographic Surveillance System.