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Rabindra Nath Das is a Professor in the Department of Statistics, The University of Burdwan, Burdwan, West Bengal, India. He holds Ph. D., in Statistics, from The University of Burdwan, India, and Post-Doc from Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea. He has authored about 88 research articles, and along with a research Monograph entitled- Robust Response Surfaces, Regression, and Positive Data Analyses, published from CRC Press, Taylor & Francis, Chapman & Hall. He wrote research articles on Design of experiments, Regression Analysis, Demography, Quality Engineering, Civil Engineering, Epidemiology, Medical Sciences, Environmental, Natural sciences etc. His special area of interest is on the Design of experiments, Regression analysis, Quality Engineering, and Epidemiology. He has received ‘Gopal Kanji Prize 2009’ by The Journal of Applied Statistics and Routledge publications’ for the best article published in volume 36(7), pp. 755-767 of the journal, entitled– ‘A measure of robust slope-rotatability for second-order response surface experimental designs’. He has received certiﬁcate of appreciation for outstanding research by the Editor-In-Chief, Journal of Thyroid Science, given in the Journal Website (for the paper– Das, R.N. (2011). “The Role of Iodine in the Thyroid Status of Mothers and Their Neonates,” Thyroid Science, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 1-15). He is acting as Editor, Associate Editor, Executive Editor, Editorial Board Member of about 75 Journals in Statistics, Physical Sciences, Medical Sciences.
2002 Ph.D. Statistics (Design of Experiments) The University of Burdwan, Burdwan, West Bengal (W.B.), India
1994 Bachelor Teacher’s Training The University of Kalyani, Kalyani, W. B., India
1988 M.Sc. Statistics The University of Kalyani, Kalyani, W. B., India
1985 B.Sc. Statistics (Honors), Major: Math. & Physics The University of Kalyani, Kalyani, W. B., India
1.Response Surface Design of Experiments–Rotatability & Slope-rotatability
2. Block Design of Experiments
3. Regression Analysis
4. Quality Engineering
5. Generalized Linear Models (GLMs) and joint GLMs
Applied Statistics: 6. Quality & reliability improvement experts.
8. Environmental Sc.
12. Medical Science
13. Epidemiology on Thyroid disease, Liver disease, Diabetes, Carcinoma etc.
2012 Appointed as an Editor of Advanced Journal of Physical Sciences (AJPS)
2016 Appointed as an Editor of The Journal BAOJ Diabetes
2016 Appointed as an Editor of Interventional Cardiology Journal
2016 Appointed as an Editor of The Journal of Cholesterol and Heart Disease
2017 Appointed as an Editor of Macromolecules: An Indian Journal
2017 Appointed as an Executive Editor of Mathews Journal of Cardiology
2017 Appointed as an Associate Editor of Diabetes Management 2016 Appointed as an Asso. Editor of Communications in Statistics & applications.
2016 Appointed as an Associate Editor in BBOAJ.
1. Das, R.N. and Medda, S.K. (2018). The Role of Some Food Habits on Cancer. EC Nutrition 13(9):1–3.
2. Das, R.N. (2018). Determinants of total bilirubin for liver patients, J Liver Res Disord Ther, 4(3):130–134. DOI: 10.15406/jlrdt.2018.04.00115
3. Das, R.N. (2018). The Associated Factors of Direct Bilirubin for Liver Patients. Curr TrendsBiomedicalEng&Biosci, 15(3):1–4; 555913. DOI:10.19080/CTBEB.2018.15.555913.
4. Das, R.N. (2018). The Total Bilirubin Explanatory Factors of Liver Patients, J. of Biomolecular Research & Therapeutics, 7(2), DOI: 10.4172/2167-7956.1000e160
5. Das, R.N. (2018). The Role of Dobutamine Dose on the Cardiac Parameters, Cardiovascular Pharmacology: Open Access, 7(2): DOI: 10.4172/2329-6607.1000238
6. Das, R.N., Mukherjee, S., and Sharma, I. (2018). Alkaline Phosphatase Determinants of Liver Patients, JOP. J Pancreas (Online), Jan 29; 19(1):1-6.
7. Ibraimov A, Kar SK, Das R (2017) Current Trends in Heart and Cardiovascular Research. J Heart Cardiovasc Res. Vol. 1 No. 1: e102.
8. Das, R.N. (2017). Systolic & Diastolic Blood Pressure Determinants of Shock Patients, J Heart Cardiol, 3(2): 46- 52. DOI: 10.15436/2378-6914.17.1740
9. Das, R.N. (2017). The role of history of disease factors in the congenital heart disease in adults, Interventional Cardiology: Open Access, 9(6): 263–266 (Commentary).
10. Das, R.N. (2017). Cardiac Disease and Diabetes Mellitus: Correlated? Journal of General Practice (Los Angel), 5(5):327. doi:10.4172/2329-9126.1000327
11. Das, R.N. (2017). The mean arterial blood pressure determinants, EC Cardiology, 4(1):14–16. (Commentary)
12. Das, R.N. (2017). Shock patients heart rate variability factors, Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Therapeutics, 1(2):19–23.
13. Das, R.N. (2017). The Central Venous Pressure Causality Factors, Journal of General Practice (Los Angel), 5(3):e116. DOI: 10.4172/2329-9126.1000e116 (Editorial)
14. Das, R.N. (2017). Cardiac Index Determinants, EC Cardiology, 3(4):112–114. (Editorial)
15. Das, R.N. (2017). Systolic Blood Pressure Determinants, Annals of Clinical Hypertension, 1: 032–038.
16. Das, R.N., Lee, Y. and Mukhopadhyay, B.B. (2017). The basal, peak and maximum heart rate determinants of the cardiac patients who underwent dobutamine stress echocardiography, Mathews Journal of Cardiology, 2(2):013
17. Das, R.N. (2017). Forced expiratory volume factors of stage III non-small cell lung cancer patients, Arch Gen Intern Med, 1(3):3-7.
18. Das, R.N. (2017). Determinants of Cardiac Ejection Fraction for the Patients with Dobutamine Stress Echocardiography, Epidemiology (Sunnyvale), 7(3):307. DOI: 10.4172/2161-1165.1000307
19. Das, R.N. (2017). Mean Heart Rate Factors of Shock Patients, Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research, 1(2):1-3 (Editorial).
20. Das, R.N., Kim, J. and Mukherjee, S. (2017). Correlated log-normal composite error models for diﬀerent scientiﬁc domains, Model Assisted Statistics and Applications, 12(1):39-53. DOI 10.3233/MAS-160382
21. Das, R.N. (2017). Association between cholesterol and cardiac parameters, J Cholest Heart Dis, 1(1):3-7.
22. Das, R.N. (2017). Association between diabetes markers and cholesterol, Diabetes Management, 7(2):247-249. (Editorial)
23. Das, R.N. and Mukherjee, S. (2017). Mean-variance overall survival time ﬁtted models from stage III non-small cell lung cancer, Epidemiology (Sunnyvale), 7(1):296. DOI: 10.4172/2161-1165.1000296
24. Das, R.N. (2017). The mean heart rate associations of the DSE data, Interventional Cardiology Journal, 3(1):1-3. DOI: 10.21767/2471-8157.100041 (Editorial).
25. Das, R.N. and Late Mukhopadhyay, A.C. (2017). Correlated random eﬀects regression analysis for a log-normally distributed variable, Journal of Applied Statistics, 44(5):897–915 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02664763.2016.1189518 26. Das, R.N.(2017). High-performance concrete compressive strength’s mean-variance, Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 29(5): DOI:10.1061/(ASCE)MT.1943-5533.0001795.
27. Das, R.N.(2016). Diabetes and obesity determinants based on blood serum, Endocrinology & Diabetes Research, 2(2):1-6.
28. Das, R.N.(2016). Diabetes disease progression determinants, BAOJ Diabetes, 2(2):015.
29. Das, R.N.(2016). Determinants of acute myocardial infarction of Worcester heart attack study, Journal of Heart and Cardiology, 2(4): 1–7. DOI:10.15436/2378-6914.16.1165
30. Das, R.N., Mukherjee S., and Panda, R.N.(2016). Association between body mass index and cardiac parameters of Worcester heart attack study, BAOJ Cellular & Molecular Cardiology, 2(1):006
31. Das, R.N. (2016). Hypertension Risk Factors of Shock Patients, Health Care: Current Reviews, 4(4):177 doi: 10.4172/2375-4273.1000177
32. Das, R.N. (2016). Dobutamine Dose: What are its Eﬀects? Interventional Cardiology Journal, 2(3):1–3; DOI: 10.21767/2471-8157.100031
33. Das, R.N. (2016). Diabetes Risk Factors for Chronic Kidney Patients, Journal Diabetes and Obesity, 3(3): 1–3; DOI: 10.15436/2376-0494.16.1055; SCI.
34. Das, R.N. (2016). Cardiac Risk Factors for Patients under DSE, General Medicine: Open access (Los Angeles), 4(5):1–2; doi: 10.4172/2327-5146.1000270
35. Das, R.N. (2016). Blood Pressure for Diﬀerent Types of Patients, Interv Cardiol J, 2(2):e29; 1–3, DOI: 10.21767/2471-8157.100029
36. Das, R.N. (2016). Hypertension risk factors who underwent Dobutamine stress echocardiography, Interventional Cardiology: Open Access8(1), 595–605; 10.2217/ica.15.47 2016 (SCI).
37. Das, R.N. (2016). Diabetes Mellitus & Cardiovascular Disease: Co-Existence? BAJ Diabetes, 2(1):010; 1–3.
38. Panda, R.N. and Das, R.N. (2016). Reduction of cost of experimentation using sequential rotatable designs, ProbStat Forum, Vol. 09, pp. 44–49.
39. Das, R.N.(2016). Relationship Between Diabetes Mellitus and Coronary Heart Disease, Current Diabetes Reviews, Vol. 12, No. 3 , pp. 1–12; 1573-3998/16.
40. Mondal, S.K., Kundu, S., Das, R.N., Roy, S. (2015). Analysis of phylogeny and codon usage bias and relationship of GC content, amino acid composition with expression of the structural if genes, Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics, DOI: 10.1080/07391102.2015.1087334 (SCI).
41. Late Mukhopadhyay, A.C. and Das, R.N. (2015). Inference on log-linear regression model parameters with composite autocorrelated errors, Model Assisted Statistics and Applications, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. 231–242 (SCOPUS).
42. Mondal, S.K., Das, R.N., Kundu, S., Kim, J., Grover, G., and Ansari, S.A. (2015). “Mean-Variance Relationships of Genome Size and GC Content”, Annual Research & Review in Biology, Vol. 7(4), pp. 206–221 (Article No. ARRB.2015.123).
43. Das, R.N., Shit, A. and Ghosh, A.R. (2015). “Carp Seed Production Factors in India”, Journal of Environments, Vo. 2, No. 1, pp. 10–17(http://www.asianonlinejournals.com /index.php/JOIN).
44. Das, R.N., Kim, J. and Lee, Y. (2015). “Robust ﬁrst-order rotatable lifetime improvement experimental designs”, Journal of Applied Statistics, Vol. 42 (9), pp. 1911– 1930; DOI: 10.1080/02664763.2015.1014888 (SCIE)
45. Das, R.N., Kim, J. and Park., J.S. (2015). “Robust D-Optimal Designs Under Correlated Error Applicable Invariantly for Some Lifetime Distributions”, Reliability Engineering & System Safety136, pp. 92–100(SCI).
46. Das, R.N., Pal, P. and Park, S.H. (2015). “Modiﬁed robust second-order sloperotatable designs”, Communications in Statistics & Methods, Vol. 44, No. 1, pp. 80–94, DOI: 10.1080/03610926.2012.732183 (SCIE).
47. Das, R.N. (2014a). Determinants of Diabetes Mellitus in the Pima Indian Mothers and Indian Medical Students, The Open Diabetes Journal, Vol. 7, pp. 5-13 (Open Access) (SCOPUS).
48. Das, R.N. and Park, J.S. (2014). A reinforced randomized block design with correlated errors, Communications in Statistics & Methods, Vol. 43, No. 1 pp. 191-209; DOI: 10.1080/03610926.2011.650272 (SCIE).
49. Das, R.N., Devi, R.S. and Kim, J. (2014). Mothers’ lifestyle characteristics impact on her neonates’ low birth weight, Women Health and Reproductive Sciences, Vol. 2, No. 4, pp. 229–235.
50. Das, R.N. (2014b). On estimating the optimal process parameters in quality engineering using generalized linear models approach, Model Assisted Statistics and Applications, Vol. 9, No. 3, pp.201–211(Special Issue), DOI 10.3233/MAS-140293 (SCOPUS).
51. Grover, G., Das, R.N., Swain, P.K. and Deka, B. (2013). On the Estimation of Survival of HIV/AIDS Patients on Antiretroviral Therapy Using NPMLE Method: An Application to Interval-Censored Data, American Journal of Mathematics and Statistics, Vol. 3 No. 4, pp. 213-219 DOI: 10.5923/j.ajms.20130304.05
52. Das, R.N. (2013). Relationships of liver biochemical parameters and eﬀects of wine drinking, Model Assisted Statistics and Applications, Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 163-175; DOI 10.3233/MAS-130258 (SCOPUS). 53. Das, R.N. and Dihidar, S. (2013). Determinants of causal factors on child mortality, Journal of the Indian Statistical Association, Vol. 51(2), pp. 381–397.
54. Das, R.N. (2013). Discrepancy in classical lifetime model classes: Some illustrations, Journal of Quality, Vol 20(5), pp. 521-533. (SCOPUS) 55. Das, R.N. and Sarkar, P.K. (2012). Lifestyle Characteristics and Dietary impact on Plasma Concentrations of beta-carotene and Retinol, BioDiscovery, September, 2012, Issue 3, 3, pp. 1-12; DOI: 10.7750/BioDiscovery,2012.3.3
56. Das, R.N. (2012). Discrepancy in ﬁtting between log-normal and gamma models: An illustration, Model Assisted Statistics and Applications, Vol 7, No. 1, pp. 23-32; DOI: 10.3233/MAS-2011-0198; (SCOPUS)
57. Das, R.N. and Kim, J. (2012). GLM and joint GML techniques in hydrogeology: An illustration, International Journal of Hydrology Science and Technology, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 185-201.
58. Das, R.N. and Park, J.S. (2012). Discrepancy in regression estimates between Log-normal and Gamma: Some case studies, Journal of Applied Statistics, Vol. 39, No. 1, pp. 97-111 (SCIE); DOI: 10.1080/02664763.2011.578618
59. Das, R.N. and Lin, D.K.J. (2011). On D-optimal robust ﬁrst order designs for lifetime improvement experiments, Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, Vol. 141, No. 12, pp. 3753-3759; (SCIE); DOI: 10.1016/j. JSP. 2011.06. 011
60. Das, R.N. and Huda, S. (2011). On D-optimal robust designs for exponential lifetime distribution, Journal of Statistical Theory and Applications, (Special Issue), Vol. 10, No. 2., pp. 198-208.
61. Das, R.N., Dihidar, S. and Verdugo, R. (2011). Infant mortality in India: Evaluating Log-Gaussian and Gamma, Open Demography Journal, Vol. 4, pp. 34-41. DOI: 10.2174/ 1874918601104010034
62. Das, R.N. (2011d). Dual response surface methodology: Applicable always?, ProbStat Forum, Vol. 4, pp. 98–103.
63. Das, R.N. (2011c). Modeling of Biochemical Parameters, Model Assisted Statistics and Applications, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 1-12 DOI:10.3233/MAS-2009-0148 (SCOPUS).
64. Das, R.N. (2011b). Resistivity Distribution: Gamma or Else Other?, Journal of Quality, Vol. 18, No. 1, pp. 49-60. (EI Compendex and SCOPUS)
65. Das, R.N. (2011a). The Role of Iodine in the Thyroid Status of Mothers and Their Neonates, Thyroid Science, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 1-15. (Certiﬁcate of Appreciation for Outstanding Research of this paper by Editor-In-Chief, is given in the Journal Website)
66. Das, R.N. and Lee, Y. (2010). Analysis strategies for multiple responses in quality improvement experiments, International Journal of Quality Engineering and Technology, Vol. 1, No. 4, pp. 395-409. 67. Das, R.N. (2010). Regression Analysis for Correlated Data, Journal of Quality Technology and Quality Management, Vol. 7, No. 3, pp. 263-277.
68. Das, R.N., Park, S.H., and Aggarwal, M. L. (2010b). Robust Second Order Sloperotatable Designs With Maximum Directional Variance, Communications in Statistics & Methods, Vol. 39, No. 5, pp. 803-814; DOI: 10.1080/03610920902796064 (SCIE)
69. Das, R.N , Park, S.H., and Aggarwal, M. L. (2010a). On D-optimal robust second-order slope-rotatable designs, Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 140 (5), pp. 1269-1279; DOI: 10.1016/j.jspi.2009.11.012 (SCIE)
70. Das, R.N. and Park, S.H. (2010). On D-optimal robust ﬁrst order designs, Journal of Statistical Theory and Applications, Vol. 9, No. 2, pp. 217-232.
71. Park, S.H., Jung S.H. and Das, R.N. (2009). Slope-rotatability of Second-Order Response Surface Regression Models with correlated error, Journal of Quality Technology and Quality Management, Vol. 6, No. 4, pp. 471-493.
72. Das, R.N. and Mukhopadhya, B.B. (2009). Aﬀects of thyroid function and maternal urinary iodine on neonatal weights, Journal of Neonatal Nursing, Vol. 15, pp. 204-211; DOI: 10.1016/j.jnn.2009.07.012 (SCOPUS)
73. Kim, J., Das, R.N., Sengupta, A., and Paul, J. (2009). Regression Analysis for Correlated Data under Compound Symmetry Structure, Journal of Statistical Theory and Applications, Vol. 8, No. 3, pp. 269-282.
74. Das, R.N. and Park, S.H. (2009). A Measure of Robust Slope Rotatability for Second-Order Response Surface Designs, Journal of Applied Statistics, Vol. 36, No. 7, pp. 755-767. DOI: 10.1080/02664760802499345 (SCIE) (‘Gopal Kanji Prize 2009’ by The Journal of Applied Statistics and Routledge publications for our article published in volume 36(7), pp. 755-767 of the journal, entitled– ‘A measure of robust slope-rotatability for second-order response surface experimental designs’).
75. Das, R.N. (2009). Response Surface Methodology in Improving Mean Life Time, ProbStat Forum, Vol. 2, pp. 8-20. http://www.probstat.org.in.
76. Das, R.N. and Lee, Y.J. (2009). Log-normal versus gamma models for analyzing data from quality-improvement experiments, Quality Engineering, Vol. 21, No. 1, pp. 79-87. DOI: 10.1080/08982110802317372 (SCOPUS)
77. Das, R.N. and Park, S.H. (2008c). On exact D-optimal robust designs with tridiagonal errors, Journal of Advances and Applications in Statistics, Vol. 9(1), pp. 37-51; (http://www.pphmj.com).
78. Das, R.N. and Park, S.H. (2008b). On eﬃcient robust rotatable designs with autocorrelated errors, Journal of the Korean Statistical Society, 37(2), pp. 97–106. www.elsevier. com/locate/kiss. DOI:10.1016/j.jkss.2007.08.003 (SCIE)
79. Das, R.N. and Park, S.H. (2008a). Analysis and Multiple Comparison of Treatments of an Extended Randomized Block Design with Correlated Errors, Journal of Statistical Theory and Applications, Vol. 7(3), pp. 245-262.
80. Das, R.N. and Lee, Y.J. (2008). Improving resistivity of urea formaldehyde resin through joint modeling of mean and dispersion, Journal of Quality Engineering, Vol. 20(3), pp. 287-295. DOI: 10.1080/08982110701866180 (SCOPUS)
81. Das, R.N. Park, S.H. (2007). A Measure of Robust Rotatability for Second-Order Response Surface Designs, Journal of the Korean Statistical Society, 36(4), pp. 557–578, (SCIE).
82. Das, R.N. and Park, S.H. (2006). Slope-rotatability over all directions with correlated errors, Appl. Stochastic Models Bus. Ind., 22, pp. 445-457; (www.interscience.wiley.com). DOI: 10.1002/asmb.655 (SCIE).
83. Das, R.N. (2004) . Construction and Analysis of Robust Second Order Rotatable Designs, Journal of Statistical Theory and Application, 3(1), pp. 325-343. 84. Das, R.N. (2003a). Slope Rotatability With Correlated Errors, Cal. Statist. Assoc. Bull., Vol. 54 , pp. 57-71.
85. Das, R.N. (2003b). Robust Second Order Rotatable Designs: Part-III (RECORD), Journal of the Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics, 56(2), pp. 117-130.
86. Mukhopadhyay, A.C., Bagchi, S.B. and Das, R.N. (2002). Improvement of Quality of a System Using Regression Designs, Cal. Statist. Assoc. Bull., Vol. 53, pp. 225-233.
87. Das, R.N. (1999). Robust Second Order Rotatable Designs: Part-II (RECORD), Cal. Statist. Assoc. Bull., 49, pp. 65-78. 88. Das, R.N. (1997). Robust Second Order Rotatable Designs: Part-I (RSORD), Cal. Statist. Assoc. Bull., 47, pp. 199-214.
89. Panda, R.N. and Das, R.N. (1994). First Order Rotatable Designs With Correlated Errors (FORDYCE), Cal. Statist. Assoc. Bull., 44, pp. 83-101.