1.Optimal partitioning for the proportional hazards model:
Dr. Usha Govindarajulu discussed how working at a major New York City hospital system in the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic has changed her life. Last March, Dr. Govindarajulu was pulled into COVID research for the hospital like she had never seen before. Please see full story: https://statds.org/events/webinar_dsa2020/schedule.html
Dr. Usha Govinadarajulu presented about the current COVID-19 pandemic poses numerous challenges for ongoing clinical trials and provides a stress-testing environment for the existing principles and practice of estimands in clinical trials. View more info here: https://www.enar.org/education/past-webinars.cfm
Usha Govindarajulu, PhD, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for her dedication, achievements, and leadership in medicine and higher education.
Biostatistics faculty member Dr. Usha Govindarajulu presents a new tool for modeling dose-response relationships
In her new publication “Dose-response estimation by smoothing and area under the curve”, Dr. Usha Govindarajulu presents a useful tool for researchers and clinicians working with estimation of dose-response or exposure-response relationships.
Dr. Usha Govindarajulu was selected to be in this issue as a woman in statistics and her accomplishments were celebrated. Please see full story: https://magazine.amstat.org/blog/2020/03/01/usha-govindarajulu/
Dr. Usha Govindarajulu is an accomplished biostatistician and professor with over 20 years of experience in the industry coupled with a highly creative background in writing and theatre production.