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pranab_senCary C. Boshamer Professor in Biostatistics
335 Hanes Hall
(919) 962 – 2379 (phone)
Personal website

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

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