Mohammad Lutfor Rahman
ISRT, University of Dhaka
Dhaka 1000, Bangladesh
|Telephone:||+88 02 9661900 Ext 8302|
lutforisrt [dot] ac [dot] bd
|Office:||Room # 301|
Design of Experiments, Optimal Design, Bayesian Statistics, Biostatistics, Epidemiology
- Rahman ML., Gilmour, SG., and Goos, Peter (2015). Bayesian Analysis of Categorical Data from Split-Plot and Multi-Stratum Industrial Experiments (to be submitted to JRSS C (Applied Statistics) soon)
- ML Rahman, Gilmour SG, Zemroch Peter, and MM Ziman Pauline (2015). Bayesian Analysis of Fuel Economy Experiments (to be submitted)
- ML Rahman, Gilmour SG, Zemroch Peter, and MM Ziman Pauline (2015). Bayesian Analysis of Round Robin Experiments (to be submitted)
- ML Rahman and Gilmour SG (2015). Probability-based optimal designs with separation problems (under preparation)
- ML Rahman and Gilmour SG (2015). Bayesian optimal designs with separation problems (under preparation)
- Rashid HO, Rahman ML., and Gilmour SG. (2015) Simulation and Bootstrapping Methods in Mixed Cumulative Ordered Logit Analysis (under preparation)
- ML Rahman and MM Rahman (2015). Generalized Estimating Equation with Missing Covariates and An Application to Diabetes Mellitus Data (to be submitted soon)
- ML Rahman, C Bunce, PR Healey, P Mitchell, PC Sham, P McGuffin, and AC Viswanathan (2010). Commingling Analyses of Central Thickness and Adjusted Intraocular Pressure in an Older Australian Population. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. http://www.iovs.org/cgi/content/abstract/iovs.09-4270v1
- MS Rahman and ML Rahman (2007). “Media and Education play a tremendous role in mounting AIDS awareness among married couples in Bangladesh” AIDS Research and Therapy. Vol 4(10). Available at online: http://www.aidsrestherapy.com/content/4/1/10.
- MA Baker, AFMN Sadat, ML Rahman et al (2005). Serum Trace Elements in Manic Patients. Dhaka Univ. J. Pharm. Sci. 4 (1) 11-14
- MM Rahman, ML Rahman and T Howlader(2004). A comparison of maximum likelihood estimation and GEE approach in the analysis of repeated binary data, Journal of Statistical Studies, 24, 67-76.
- PhD Thesis in Statistics: ‘Bayesian Analysis of Multi-Stratum Designs and Probability-based Optimal Designs with Separation’, School of Mathematical Sciences, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom.
- MSc Thesis in Statistics: ‘Statistical analysis of single nucleotide polymorphisms, with applications to Alzheimer’s disease’, School of Mathematical Sciences, The University of Nottingham, United Kingdom.
- MSc Thesis in Applied Statistics: 'Generalized Estimating Equation With Missing Covariates and Application to Diabetes Mellitus Data', Institute of Statistical Research and Training, University of Dhaka