CURRENT ACADEMIC ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES
· Mentoring postgraduate students
· Building data analysis capacity for students
· Involved in Teaching, Lesson Planning and Curriculum revisions
· Conducting Practical classes
· Developing soft skills for students - Statistical analysis using R and PYTHON
· Conducting funded research studies
· Developing manuscripts for peer-reviewed journals, abstracts for conferences
· Resource person for the workshops conducted by the Department of Data Science
SUBJECTS CURRENTLY TEACHING
|Subject||Semester / Year|
|Linear Regression Models||Year I|
|Applied Data Analytics||Year II|
|Survival Analysis||Block 4|
|Multivariate Methods for Machine Learning||Block 5|
|Degree||Specialisation||Institute||Year of passing|
|Post-Doctorate||Survival Analysis||United Arab Emirates University, UAE||2019|
|Post-Doctorate||Mathematical Epidemiology||Augusta University, Augusta, GA, USA||2015|
|PhD||Statistics- Survival Analysis||Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kerala, India||2012|
|MSc||Statistics||Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kerala, India||2007|
|Institution / Organisation||Designation||Role||Tenure|
|Saal.ai, Abu Dhabi, UAE||Data Scientist||Sep 2019 to Sep 2020|
|National Institute of Technology, Calicut, Kerala||Ad-hoc Faculty||July 2016 to Dec 2016|
|Indian Statistical Institute, India||Visiting Scientist||July 2012 to Aug 2013|
A simple non-parametric test for decreasing mean time to failure.
2019 K. K. Sudheesh P. Anisha
Statistical Papers. 60(1), 73 - 87.
A simple approach for testing constant failure rate against different ageing classes for discrete data.
Statistical Methodology, 25, 74 - 88.
Proportional hazards model for discrete data: Some new developments.
Communication in Statistics - Theory and Methods.45(21), 6481-6493.
On testing independence of failure time and cause of failure using sub-quantiles.
Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice. 7(1), 24-32.
Nonparametric estimators of survivor function of paired recurrent events.
Statistical Methodology. 9(4), 501-512.
Additive hazards models for gap time data with multiple causes.
2012a Sankaran P. G. Anisha P.
Statistics and Probability Letters. 82(7), 1454-1462.
Shared frailty model for recurrent event data with multiple causes.
2011 Sankaran P. G. Anisha P.
Journal of Applied Statistics, 38(12), 2859 - 2868.
AREAS OF INTEREST, EXPERTISE AND RESEARCH
Area of Interest
Modelling and Analysis of Survival data, Testing problems associated with ageing classes.
Area of Expertise
Survival Analysis, Reliability Theory, Multivariate Analysis.
Area of Research
Recurrent Event Data, Competing Risk Models, Cure rate Models, Prediction accuracy of survival models.
Professional Affiliations & Contributions
♦ Received Dr. M. N. Gopalan Prize in ISPS Young Statistician Award Competition in 2010, conducted by Indian Society for Probability and Statistics, for the paper entitled “A Frailty model with Competing Risks” at Dept of Statistics, University of Jammu, Jammu, India
♦ Received Dr. R. N. Pillai Young Statistician Award for the Student Paper Presentation Competition in 2010, conducted by Kerala Statistical Association, for the paper entitled “Semi-parametric regression models for recurrent event data with multiple causes” at Nirmala College, Kerala, India
♦ Life membership in International Indian Statistical Association
♦ Life membership in Indian Society for Probability and Statistics
♦ Life membership in Kerala Statistical Association