Sanjib Basu is a Professor and the Director of
the Division of Statistics at Northern Illinois University, De Kalb, IL. He received
his B.STAT. (Honors) and M.STAT. degrees from the Indian Statistical
Institute and his Ph.D. in Statistics from Purdue University. Before
joining NIU, he served as an assistant professor at University
of Arkansas and as a visiting assistant professor at University
of California, Santa Barbara.
Sanjib’s methodological research
interests in statistics include Bayesian
modeling and analysis with applications
in meta-analysis, cancer rate and cancer
survival data as well as actuarial and
reliability applications. His collaborative
work with biomedical researchers at Rush
University Medical Center includes statistical
methods and analysis for cancer biomarkers,
cancer progression and survival, psychosocial
and behavioral interventions and meta-analysis
in heart failure.
Sanjib is a fellow of the American Statistical Association and is an elected member of the International Statistical Institute
and is Associate Editor of two journals. His research has been
and is supported by grants from NSF and NIH.