Sudesh Srivastav, PhD
Assistant Professor of Biostatistics, Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine
Tulane Cancer Center Contributing Member
1430 Tulane Ave, SL-16, New Orleans, LA 70112-2699
Dr. Srivastav received his masters degree in Statistics from Indian Statistical Institute in 1988 and another masters degree in Applied Mathematics from New Jersey Institute of Technology, New Jersey in 1990. He received his Ph.D. in Design of Experiments from Old Dominion University, Virginia in 1996 and in the same year he took a faculty position at University of California at San Francisco as Assistant Adjunct Professor in Biostatistics. In 1999 he joined the Department of Biostatistics at Tulane's School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. He became an honorary fellow at the Center of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Wisconsin, Madison in summer 2000. Dr. Srivastav will be a research fellow at the Department of Statistics at Stanford University during summer 2001. Dr. Srivastav has published numerous papers in both theoretical and applied statistical and medical journals. His research is focussed on methodology that is devoted toward establishing the optimality and construction of block designs under a different set of parameters (number of treatments, number of blocks and block size, etc). This research will provide a simple classification scheme of study designs that can be useful in the field of health science, agricultural science and industrial engineering.
Morgan JP, Srivastav SK. (2000) On the Type-1 optimality of Nearly Balanced Incomplete Block Designs with small Concurrence range. Statistica Sinica 10(4): 1091-1116.
Bonel HM, Schneider P, Seemann MD, Hugli R, Srivastav SK, Lodemann KP, Reiser M. (2001) MR imaging of the wrist in rheumatoid arthritis using gadobenate dimeglumine. Skel Radiol 30: 15-24.
Prevrhal S, Fuerst T, Fan B, Njeh CF, Hans D, Uffmann M, Srivastav SK, Genant HK. (2001) What Does Quantitative Ultrasound of the Tibia Measure? Osteop Int 12(1): 20-26.
Hans D, Srivastav SK, Njeh CF, Singal C, Wu C, Genant HK. (1999) Does combining the results from multiple bone sites measured by a new Quantitative Ultrasound improve discrimination of hip fracture? J Bone Min Res 14(4): 644-651.