Bhramar Mukherjee, PhD

Bhramar Mukherjee, PhD

John D. Kalbfleisch Collegiate Professor of Biostatistics
Chair of Biostatistics
Professor, Epidemiology
Professor, Global Public Health, School of Public Health
Research Professor, Michigan Institute of Data Science
Associate Director for Quantitative Data Sciences, University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center
School of Public Health
1415 Washington Heights
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-2029

Using statistical analysis to determine gene-environment interaction

Dr. Mukherjee's research interests include statistical methods for analysis of electronic health records, studies of gene-environment interaction, Bayesian methods, shrinkage estimation, and analysis of multiple pollutants. She is focused on developing novel inferential methods for epidemiological data. Given that epidemiology is a science which progresses by accumulation of evidence, the Bayesian paradigm offers many natural solutions to complex problems encountered in modern epidemiology. Currently, she is working on case-control studies of gene-environment interaction, two-phase studies and longitudinal studies. She is interested in foundational issues related to outcome dependent or exposure enriched sampling.

Credentials

  • BS, Statistics, Presidency College, 1994
  • M.Stat, Applied Statistics and Data Analysis, Indian Statistical Institute, 1996
  • MS, Mathematical Statistics, Purdue University, 1999
  • PhD, Statistics, Purdue University, 2001

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