The School of Public Health and Health Systems is a division of the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences
Office: LHN 1721
Phone: 519-888-4567, ext. 38093
My primary research interest is methodological development in longitudinal data, incomplete/missing data, model selection, and sequential data.
BSc in Mathematics and BSc in Statistics (2007, Tier 2 Honours, University of Texas at San Antonio)
MSc in Statistics (2008, University of Texas at San Antonio)
PhD in Statistics (2013, University of Connecticut)
Postdoctoral Fellowship: National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), (2013 – 2015, National Institutes of Health (NIH))
- Leah, L., Haynie, D., Liu, D., Li, K., Chaurasia, A., Nansel, T.R., Gee, B., Simons-Morton, B.G. (2015). Adolescent trajectories of eating behaviors in a nationally-representative U.S. cohort. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (in press).
- Simons-Morton, B.G., D., Haynie, Liu, D., Chaurasia, A., Ralph, H., Li, K. (2015). The Prevalence of Alcohol Use Among Emerging Adults: The Effect of Residential Environment. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs (in press).
- Chaurasia, A. and Harel, O. (2015). Partial F-tests with Multiply Imputed Data in the Linear Regression framework via coefficient of determination. Statistics in Medicine 34(3), 432–443.
- Cote, M., Kenny, A., Dussetschleger, J., Farr, D., Chaurasia, A., and Cherniack, M. (2014). Reference Values for Physical Performance Measures in the Aging Working Population. Human Factors: The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 56(1), 228–242.
- Chaurasia, A. and Harel, O. (2013). Model selection rates of information based criteria. The Electronic Journal of Statistics 7, 2762–2793.
- Chaurasia, A. and Harel, O. (2012). Using AIC in multiple linear regression framework with multiply imputed data. Health Services and Outcomes Research Methodology 12(2–3), 219–233.