Dr. Mahbub Latif
- Design and analysis of experiments, medical statistics, pharmaceutical statistics, multivariate discrete data analysis, statistical computing, public health
- Short Curriculum Vitae (pdf)
- “A three-state continuous time Markov chain model for HIV disease burden”. Journal of Applied Statistics, 46(9), 1671-1688, 2019. (with H. Chakraborty and A. Hossain)
- “A PRESS statistic for working correlation structure selection in generalized estimating equations”. Journal of Applied Statistics, 46(4), 621-637, 2019. (with G. Inan and J. S. Preisser)
- “Optimum designs for non-linear mixed effects models in the presence of covariates”. Biometrics, 73(3), 927-937, 2017. (with B. Bogacka, S. Gilmour, and Y. Kuresh).
- “Trend of determinants of birth interval dynamics in Bangladesh”. BMC Public Health, 16:934, 2016. (with J. R. Khan and W. Bari).
- “A genetic algorithm for designing microarray experiments”. Computational Statistics, 31(2), 409-424, 2016. (with E. Brunner).
- “A determinant based criterion for working correlation structure selection in generalized estimating equations ”. Statistics in Medicine, 35(11), 1819-1833, 2016. (with A. Jaman, W. Bari, and A. Wahed).
- “Transform-both-sides nonlinear models for in vitro pharmacokinetic experiments ”. Statistical Methods in Medical Research, 24(3), 306-324, 2015. (with S. Gilmour).
- “A parametric Markov renewal model for predicting tropical cyclones in Bangladesh”. Natural Hazards, 73(2), 597-612, 2014. (with M. Asaduzzaman).
- “Frailty modeling for clustered survival data: an application to birth interval in Bangladesh”. Journal of Applied Statistics, 40(12), 2670-2680, 2013. (with S. Mahmood and B. Zainab)
- “Robustness considerations in selecting efficient two–color microarray designs”, Bioinformatics, 25(18), 2355-2361, 2009. (with F. Bretz and E. Brunner)
- “Computations for the familial analysis of binary trait”. Computational Statistics, 20(3), 439-448, 2005. (with H. Joe)
- List of publications from Google Scholar, ORCID, Scopus, ResearchMap
- robustMAdesigns : R package to find good (efficient and robust) two-color microarray designs for one-factor and multi-factor microarray experiments. Details of the methods implemented in the package can be found in my PhD Thesis.
- nparLD : R package to perform non-parametric analysis of longitudinal data in factorial experiments. (with K. Noguchi, E. Brunner and others)
- geemisc : R package to calculate criteria (e.g. determinant based criterion, dbc) for selecting working correlation structure (Statistics in Medicine, 2016)
- GitHub page
- “Efficiency and robustness issues in complex statistical designs for two-color microarray experiments”, PhD thesis, Department of Medical Statistics and Center for Statistics, University of Goettingen, Germany, 11/2005. Advisor : Dr. Edgar Brunner. [fulltext]
- “A comparison of methods for multivariate familial binary responses”, MSc thesis, Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia, Canada, 11/2001. Advisor : Dr. Harry Joe. [fulltext]
- “An extension of multistate hazards model for transitions and reverse transitions”, MSc thesis, Department of Statistics, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, 8/1995. Advisor: Dr. M. Ataharul Islam.
- “Maternal and child anemia: Evidence from Bangladesh demographic health survey 2011”, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, NUI Galway, Ireland, 2/2019
- “Use of transformed response in assessing the impact of fortified biscuits on micronutrient deficiencies”, St. Luke’s University Research Meeting, Tokyo, Japan, 3/2018
- “Optimum designs for nonlinear mixed effects models in the presence of multiple covariates”, Joint Statistical Meeting (JSM), Baltimore, USA, 7/2017
- “Comparing risks of developing diabetes complications among Japanese adults ”, St. Luke’s Academia, Tokyo, Japan, 1/2017
- “Blood glucose levels and diabetes complications ”, St. Luke’s International University, Tokyo, Japan, 9/2016
- “Transform-both-sides Michaelis-Menten models for pharmacokinetic experiments”, East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 4/2015
- “A gentle introduction to survival analysis”, icddr,b, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 5/2014
- “Transform-both-sides Michaelis-Menten models for pharmacokinetic experiments”, Department of Biostatistics, University of North Carolina, NC, USA, 9/2013
- “Applications of random effects models in health sciences”, Department of Statistics, Rajshahi University, Bangladesh, 4/2012
- “Optimum designs for transform-both-sides nonlinear mixed effects model in the presence of covariates”, Isaac Newton Institute of Mathematical Sciences, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, 8/2011
- “Design and analysis of transform-both-sides nonlinear regression models”, Queen Mary, University of London, 1/2010
- “Analysis of transform-both-sides nonlinear regression models”, Spring Research Conference, Vancouver, Canada, 5/2009
- “Analysis of transform-both-sides Michaelis-Menten model”, School of Mathematical Sciences, Queen Mary, University of London, United Kingdom, 1/2009
- “Selection of good two-color microarray designs using genetic algorithms”,Isaac Newton Institute of Mathematical Sciences, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, 8/2008
Below the list of students who worked with me for their MS thesis in Applied Statistics at the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
- 2006: Bazlur Rashid
- 2007: Ehsan Karim, Tanvir Hasan
- 2008: Sabria Khan, Shahriar Gofur, Mina Mahbub Hossain
- 2010: Mirajul Islam
- 2011: Shomoita Alam, Nazmun Mansur, Kishor Das (jointly supervised with Dr. M. Asaduzzaman), M. Kamruzzaman, Rifat Zahan
- 2012: M. Rashedul Hoque, Adullah Kafi
- 2013: M. Shaddam Hossain Bagmar, Jahidur Rahman Khan
- 2014: Ajmery Jaman
- 2015: Tuhin Sheikh, Tahmina Akter, Abdul Muyeed
- 2016: Elizabeth Sarker, Shamsia Sobhan
- 2017: Ashfia Tasnim (Jointly supervised with Ajmery Jaman)
- Analysis of longitudinal data [2015-16]
- Advanced survival analysis [2007, 2010, 2013-15]
- Statistical computing [2010-11]
- Applied multivariate analysis 
- Design and analysis of experiments [2011-13]
- Lifetime data analysis [2005-08, 2010-12]
- Applied regression analysis [2007-08]
- Epidemiology [2006-07]
- Elements of probability [2013-16]
- Programming with Fortran and C [2005-07, 2012]
- Not So Short Intro to LaTex
- R resources from Karl Broman’s page
- Foundation for Open Access Statistics
- From Professor Rosemary Bailey‘s homepage, the vision of a university is “the belief in (i) a community of scholars and not a confederacy of self-seekers; (ii) the idea of openness and not ownership; (iii) the professor as a pursuer of truth and not an entrepreneur; (iv) the student as an acolyte whose preferences are to be formed, not a consumer whose preferences are to be satisfied.”
- “The word processor is a stupid and grossly inefficient tool for preparing text for communication with others”
Refereed articles for
- Journal of Royal Statistical Society, series C
- Statistics and Computing
- Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference
- Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods
- Journal of Applied Statistics