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Ambikaipakan (Sentil) Senthilselvan, PhD, MSc, BSc (Honours)

Professor, Program Director (Biostatistics)

Public Health, School of

About Me

I am interested in biostatistics, epidemiology of respiratory diseases including asthma and genetic epidemiology including gene-environment interaction. My methodological expertise includes analysis of survival data, clustered data, longitudinal data and multilevel data, random effects modeling and latent class modeling.

My engaged scholarship is mainly in providing statistical consultation to clinicians and government agencies including Alberta Health and Wellness. 


Degrees

PhD, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, 1980 
MSc, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, 1977 
BSc (Honours), University of Colombo, Sri Lanka, 1975


Awards

Junior Research Fellow Award, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK, 1977


Keywords

Analysis of survival data, Clustered data, Longitudinal and multilevel data
Asthma epidemiology
Biostatistics
Genetic epidemiology
Health of agricultural workers
Latent class models
Random effects models


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