Profile of Dr. Wasimul Bari

Profile of Dr. Wasimul Bari

Dr. Wasimul Bari
Professor
Department of Statistics
Faculty of Sciences
Email: w_bari@du.ac.bd
Phone: 880-2-9661900
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Degree Name Group/Major Subject Board/Institute Country Passing Year
Ph.D. Statistics Memorial University of Newfoundland Canada 2007
Masters Statistics Memorial University of Newfoundland Canada 2003
Masters Statistics University of Dhaka Bangladesh 1994
Bachelor Statistics University of Dhaka Bangladesh 1993
Award Type Award Title Year Country Description
International Fellow of The School of Graduate Studies, Memorial University of Newfoundland 2003 Canada
Research Interest
Subject Description
Demographic Data Analysis
Socio-economic Research
Survival Analysis
Longitudinal Data Analysis
Robust Regression Model
Project/Research Supervision
Level of Study Title Supervisor Co-Supervisor(s) Name of Student(s) Area of Research Current Completion
Ph.D. Marginalized Mixture Models for Zero Inflated Longitudinal Count Data Md. Ershadul Haque Longitudinal Model
Project/Research Work
Subject Project Name Source of Fund From Date To Date Collaboration
No project/research work is found
Invited Talk
SL Invited Talk
No invited talk is found
SL Collaboration & Membership Name Type Membership Year Membership Expire Year
No Collaboration & Membership is found
Title Organization Location From Date To Date Description
Research Assistant ICDDR,B Bangladesh 1997-1998
Lecturer University of Dhaka Bangladesh 1998-2008
Teaching Assistant Memorial University of Newfoundland Canada 2001-2007
Assistant Professor University of Dhaka Bangladesh 2008-2009
Research Associate (Biostatistics) Indepth Network Ghana 2009-2010
Assistant Professor University of Dhaka Bangaldesh 2010-2011
Associate Professor University of Dhaka Bangladesj 2011-2012
Professor University of Dhaka Bangladesh 2012-Till Date
Journal Article
1
Sutopa, T. S. and Bari, W. : Non-Linear Effects of Continuous Predictors on Malnutrition Status of Children in Bangladesh, International Journal of Child Health and Nutrition, vol.7, no.3 pp.122-131, 2018 .
2
Mohammad, K., A., Zahura, M. F. T., and Bari, W. : Fine and Gray Competing Risk Regression Model to Study the Cause-Specific Under-Five Child Mortality in Bangladesh, BMC International Health and Human Rights, 2017 .
3
Zahura, M. F. T., Mohammad, K., A., and Bari, W. : Log-Logistic Proportional Odds Model for Analyzing Infant Mortality in Bangladesh, Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health, 2016 .
4
Khan, J. R., Bari, W. and Latif, A. H. M. M. : Trend of determinants of birth interval dynamics in Bangladesh, BMC Public Health, vol.16:934, 2016 .
5
Jaman, A., Latif, A. H. M. M., Bari, W., and Wahed, A.S. : A Determinant-Based Criterion for Working Correlation Structure Selection in Generalized Estimating Equations, Statistics in Medicine, vol.35, pp.1819-1833, 2016 .
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Hoque, M. E., Khokan, M. R. and Bari, W. : On the Selection of Relevant Covariates and Correlation Structure in Longitudinal Binary Models: Analysing the Impact of the Height on Type II Diabetes, Australian Journal of Statistics, vol.44, no.3 pp.3-15, 2015 .
7
Hoque, M. E., Khokan, M. R. and Bari, W. : Impact of Stature on Non-communicable Diseases: Evidence Based on Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey, 2011 Data, BMC Public Health, vol.14:1007, 2014 .
8
Hossain, M. A., Sumi, N. S., Haque, M. E. and Bari, W. : Consequences of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) against Women on Under-Five Child Mortality in Bangladesh, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, vol.29, no.8 pp.1402-1417, 2014 .
9
Sutradhar, B.C. and Bari, W. : Robust Quasi-Likelihood Inference in Generalized Linear Mixed Models with Outliers, Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation, vol.81, no.2 pp.233-258, 2011 .
10
Bari, W. and Sutradhar, B.C. : Robust Inference in Longitudinal Models for Binary and Count Panel Data in the Presence of Outliers, Sankhya: The Indian Journal of Statistics, vol.72-B, no.Part I pp.11-37, 2010 .
11
Bari, W. and Sutradhar, B.C. : On Bias Reduction in Robust Inference for Generalized Linear Models, Scandinavian Journal of Statistics, vol.37, pp.109-125, 2010 .
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• Sutradhar, B. C., Bari, W., and Das, K. : On Probit Versus Logistic Dynamic Mixed Models for Binary Panel Data, Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation, vol.80, no.4 pp.421-441, 2010 .
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• Sutradhar, B.C. and Bari, W. : On generalized quasi-likelihood inference in longitudinal mixed model for count data, Sankhya: The Indian Journal of Statistics, vol.69, no.4 pp.671-699, 2007 .
14
• Sutradhar, B.C., Chu, D.P.T., and Bari, W. : Estimation effects on powers of two simple test statistics in identifying an outlier in linear models, Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation, vol.77, no.4 pp.305-328, 2007 .
15
Sutradhar, B.C., Biswas, A., and Bari, W. : Marginal regression for binary longitudinal data in adaptive clinical trials, Scandinavian Journal of Statistics, vol.32, no.1 pp.93-113, 2005 .
16
•Bari, W. and Sutradhar, B.C. : On binary longitudinal mixed models in adaptive clinical trials, Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation, vol.75, no.9 pp.687-707, 2005 .
17
Islam, M.A., Chowdhury, R.I., Chakraborty, N., and Bari, W. : A multistage model for maternal morbidity during antenatal, delivery, and postpartum periods, Statistics in Medicine, vol.23, no.1 pp.137-158, 2004 .
18
Chakraborty, N., Islam, M.A., Chowdhury, R.I., Bari, W., and H.A.A. Akhter : Determinants of the use of maternal health services in rural Bangladesh, Health Promotion International, vol.18, no.4 pp.327-337, 2003 .
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Chakraborty, N., Islam, M.A., Chowdhury, R.I., and Bari, W. : Utilisation of postnatal care in Bangladesh: evidence from a longitudinal study, Health & Social Care in the Community, vol.10, no.6 pp.492-502, 2002 .
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Bari, W., Chowdhury, R.I., Islam, M.A., Chakraborty, N., and H.A.A. Akhter : The differentials and determinants of perinatal mortality in rural Bangladesh, The European Journal of Contraception and Reproductive Health Care, vol.7, no.4 pp.216-222, 2002 .
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