• PhD Statistics, University of Connecticut, 2006
Research Areas:- Observational Studies, Longitudinal design, Mixed model, Missing data analysis, Intervention/Clinical trial, Mental and Behavioral health, Statistics etc.
He is currently funded as a PI or Co-I in the following grants at WSU,
1. “Developing Bayesian Methods for Non-inferiority Trials in Comparative Effectiveness Research”- funded by PCORI in the section Improving Methods for Conducting Patient-Centered Outcomes Research. Contract no IHS-1409-21410, Role: PI (37% support), total project cost $832,703, project duration 10/2015-09/2018.
2. “The Role of microRNAs in Epilepsy of Tuberous Sclerosis Complex”, R01-AG032440, PI Dombkowski, Wayne State University, Time: 04/01/2014 – 03/31/2017 Role: Co-I, with 7% effort.
3.“Center for Urban Responses to Environmental Stressors (CURES)” - National Institutes of Environmental Health Sciences as P30, Role: Leadership role as an Associate Director of Biostatistics at the Integrative Health Sciences Facility Core (IHSFC) with 10% effort, 07/2014-06/2017.
4. “The Role of 5-hydroxymethylcytosine in Gene Dysregulation of Epileptogenic Tubers in Tuberous Sclerosis Complex Patients”, DOD/CDRM grant, Time: 04/01/2014 – 03/31/2016, PI Dombkowski, Role: Co-I, 2% support.