pranab_senCary C. Boshamer Professor in Biostatistics
335 Hanes Hall
(919) 962 – 2379 (phone)
psen@email.unc.edu
Personal website

Asymptotic Methods, Bioinformatics, Clinical Trials, Nonparametrics, Multivariate and Sequential Analysis

Education:
B.Sc. (1955) Statistics, Calcutta University M.Sc. (1957) Statistics, Calcutta University Ph.D. (1962) Statistics, Calcutta University

Professional Background:
Cary C. Boshamer Professor, Biostatistics, UNC-CHSchool of Public Health, 1982- present

Professor, Statistics, UNC-CH College of Arts and Sciences, 1988- present

Professor, Biostatistics, UNC-CH School of Public Health, 1970- present

1967 – 1970, Associate Professor, Statistics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

1966 – 1967, Visiting Associate Professor, Biostatistics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Public Health

1965 – 1966, Visiting Assistant Professor, Biostatistics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Public Health

1964 – 1965, Visiting Assistant Professor, Statistics, University of California, Berkeley

1961 – 1964, Lecturer, Statistics, University of Calcutta

Selected Publications:
Dowman FD, Stewart PW, Sen PK and Helms R. 2004. Making Inference about Projected Completers in Longitudinal Studies. Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics, 14.

Chen P-L and Sen PK. 2004. Qaulity-adjusted Survival Estimation with Periodic Observations: A multi-state survival analysis approach. Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods, 33:1327-1339.

Pinheiro HP, Pinheiro AS and Sen PK. 2004. Comparison of Genomic Sequences by Hamming Distance”. Journal of Sattistical Planning and Inference, 130:325-349.

Tsai MT and Sen PK. 2004. On the inadmissibility of Hotelling T2-test for restricgted alternatives. Journal of Multivariate analysis, 89:87-96.

Sen PK. 2004. Aging perspectives in some Nondegration Stochastic Processes. Bulletin of Informatics and Cybermetics. (In Press)

Tsai M-T and Sen PK. 2004. Asymptotically Optimal Tests for Parametric Functions Against ordered Functional Alternatives. Journal of Multivariate Analysis, 91. (In Press)

Research Interests:
Biostatistics Methodology
Nonparametric Multivariate Analysis
Large Sample Theory
Sequential Methods
Survival Analysis
Stochastic Processes
Bioenvironmetrics