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I am a senior statistician and have the experience of working in health research more than four years. I have completed my masters degree in Statistics and MPH major of clinical epidemiology. I have a great experience to analysis different types of data for scientific research. I am very confident about business data analysis, forecasting and modeling. I am also expert about statistical report writing and thesis analysis and writing. I have knowledge on different multivariate statistical techniques such as principle component analysis (PCA), factor analysis, multiple linear regression, ridge regression, logistic regression, step-wise regression as well as econometrics. I am familiar with in statistical data analysis through statistical software's and packages like STATA, R, SPSS, Statistica. I have also published several scientific papers in internationals peer review journals based on public health and medical science.
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Sep 2013 - Dec 2016 (3 years)

I was working as a statistician in icddr.b, where my major job responsibilities were to develop analysis plan, data analysis and assist to supervisor to report writing.


Masters of Science

2011 - 2012 (1 year)


Prevalence and Health Care–Seeking Behavior for Childhood Diarrheal Disease in Bangladesh

In Bangladesh, the burden of diarrheal diseases is significant among children <5 years old. The objective of this study is to capture the prevalence of and health care–seeking behavior for childhood diarrheal diseases (CDDs) and to identify the factors associated with CDDs at a population level in Bangladesh.

Diagnostic Errors in LMICs: Future Health and Economic Burden for Patient Safety

Diagnostic error is one of the leading causes of medical malpractice resulting an under recognized patient safety concern [1,2]. Moreover, the health burden has been expanded heavily due to diagnostic error in the past few decades. Globally, an estimated 94,000 -142,000 people died from 1990 to 2013 from adverse effects of diagnostic errors


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