Faculty Profile

Saima Khan Khosa

Dr. Saima Khan Khosa

Lecturer
PhD (Saskatchewan, Canada), M.Phil. (BZU, Multan), M.Sc.,

Employment
2007 to Present Lecturer, Department of Statistics BZU Multan
2005 to 2007 Lecture Govt. Degree College Shujabad , Multan

Research Areas:
  • Theoretical and Applied research, with an emphasis on developing methodologies which involve theory and computation and applications in health, biological , medical, socio-economic and environmental sciences.
  • Specific research interests include Survival analysis, longitudinal data analysis, Joint Modeling of longitudinal and time-to-event data, Bayesian statistics, computational Statistics, Bioinformatics.

Honours and Awards at National/ International Level:
  • Spring Devolved Scholarship (2019)
  • Graduate Teaching fellowship (GTF), University of Saskatchewan (2017-2018)
  • Statistical Society of Canada (SSC) Student Travel Award (2016)
  • U of S Student Travel Award (2016)
  • Faculty Development Program 100 PhD Foreign Scholarship (2012)

Link of Selected Publications
  1. Khan, S. A., and Khosa, S. K. (2016). Generalized log-logistic proportional hazard model with application in survival analysis. Journal of statistical Distribution and Applications, 3(1) (Article: 16):1-18.

Conference Publications
  1. Saima K. Khosa and Khan. S.A (2016) A Generalized log-logistic proportional hazard model with application in survival analysis. In the 44th Annual Meeting of the Statistical Society of Canada (SSC). Saint Catherin, Ontario Canada.
  2. Saima K. Khosa and Khan. S.A (2017) A Flexible parametric proportional hazard model for Time-to-Event Data. In 45th Annual Meeting of the Statistical Society of Canada (SSC). Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
  3. Saima K. Khosa and Khan. S.A (2018) A Flexible parametric proportional hazard model with Application in Recurrent Event and Joint Modeling. In 46th Annual Meeting of the Statistical Society of Canada (SSC) McGill, Québec, Canada.

Practice of Professional Skills
  • Faculty Professional Development Program (2008): 8 weeks in-service residential Master Trainer's professional teaching certificate program.
  • Organizing Committee member of the Canadian Statistics Student Conference (CSSC) in 2017& 2018.

I welcome inquiries from students interested in our graduate program in statistics and Bio-Statistics