Dulal is a Professor of Psychiatry,
Biostatistics and Bioengineering at the University of Illinois
at Chicago. He received his BS in Statistics from Calcutta University,
his MS in Statistics from the Indian Statistical Institute, and
his PhD in the same field from the University of Maryland. Before
joining UIC, he served as a Professor of Statistics in the Department
of Mathematics and Statistics at University of South Alabama.
Dulal's interests include Environmental Statistics, Statistical
Problems in Psychiatry, Biostatistics,
Design of Experiments, and Statistical Inferences. Currently he
determination and power computation for fMRI
He has conducted research, taught and published extensively in
these areas. Dulal and Professor Robert
D Gibbons received the American Statistical
Association's W.J. Youden Award in 2002
and 2006 for Interlaboratory Testing in
recognition of the contribution to the
analysis of interlaboratory calibration
experiments. In 2009, one of his articles received
the Outstanding Statistical Application
Award from the American Statistical Association.
In 2008, Dulal was elected a Fellow of the American Statistical
Association for his outstanding contributions
to the development of Optimal Designs;
Construction of Prediction and Tolerance
Limits for Environmental Data; Hypotheses
Testing for Mental Health Research; Development
of Statistical Methodology and Dissemination
of Software for Analyzing Functional Magnetic
Resonance Imaging (fMRI) Data.
His research has been funded by the National Institute of Mental
Health. He is also a co-author of the Wiley
Methods for Ground Water Monitoring, 2nd Edition.