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Srabashi Basu, Dr (Ms)

Srabashi Basu, Dr (Ms)

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  • Consultant, Analyst, Teacher and Researcher


Kolkata, West Bengal 700097
Email: sxg2@psu.edu

Education

  1. M.A.(1991) and PhD (1992) from Penn State University
  2. M.Sc (1986) from University of Calcutta
  3. B.Sc (1984) from Presidency College

Selected Publications

  1. Robust and efficient parametric estimation for censored survival data.  (With M. C. Jones and A. Basu). Annals of The Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Vol. 58, 2006.
  2. Improved power in multinomial goodness–of–fit tests (With A. Basu, S. Roy and C. S. Park). Journal of Royal Statistical Society: Series D (The Statistician), Vol. 51, 2002.
  3. Projection of HIV Infection in Calcutta (With A. Basu, M. S. Chakraborty, A. Dewanji and P. P. Majumder). Indian Journal of Medical Research, Vol. 107, 1998.
  4. Distinguishing “missing at random” and “missing completely at random” (With D. Heitjan). American Statistician, Vol. 50, No. 4, 1996.
  5. Model-based estimation of population attributable risk under cross-sectional sampling (With J. Richard Landis). American Journal of Epidemiology, Vol. 142, No. 12, 1995.
  6. Predictors of the rate of renal function decline in non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. (With R. Garza et al) American Journal of Nephrology, Vol 17, 1997.
  7. Words in DNA sequences : some case studies based on their frequency statistics (With

P. Chaudhuri and D.P. Burma). Journal of Mathematical Biology, Vol. 46, 2003.

Book Chapters

Cluster analysis using Mahalanobis–type distance (With P. Chaudhuri). Perspectives in Statistical Sciences, edited by A. K. Basu, J. K. Ghosh, P. K. Sen and B. K. Sinha, Oxford

University Press, New Delhi, 2000.

Minimum distance estimation: The approach using density–based distances (With A. Basu and I. R. Harris). Handbook of Statistics, Vol. 15, Robust Statistics, edited by C. R. Rao & G. S. Maddala, 1997.

Regression Analysis (With D. Sengupta and B. Chakraborty). Statistical Computing: Existing methods and recent developments, edited by D. Kundu and A. Basu, Narosa, 2004.

A Gentle Introduction to Resampling Plans (With A. Bose). Statistical Computing: Existing methods and recent developments, edited by D. Kundu and A. Basu, Narosa, 2004.

Research Interests

My inclination is towards applied statistical research, which I have been pursuing for close to two decades now. My doctoral thesis was on improving accuracy of a useful public health measure. Since then I have worked with epidemiologists and medical researchers both in the United States and in India.

My applied research is not at the cost of neglecting theoretical development. I have publications in Statistics in Medicine, Annals of The Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Sankhya and Statistica Sinica where publications with solid foundation in mathematical and empirical theory are only accepted.

I also have substantial experience in industrial research. I have provided service to one of the major airlines of the world and have spearheaded the development of a forecasting suite for passenger arrival and resource allocation in its 14 large stations. In my current position I am providing support to the second largest CRO in the drug development domain.

I have also undertaken various consulting problems in different domains, such as understanding viewer’s expectations for a major vernacular news channel, categorizing villages in two states of South India according to their risk potential for disbursement of loans on behalf of a micro-finance organization. I was also involved in a major effort of customer satisfaction review on behalf of one of the largest multinational corporation.

Overall I have a very wide variety of research interests and experiences and am a strong believer in adaptation and application of statistical techniques into varied domains. I consider myself an analytics expert and I enjoy working with all types of data.

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