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  • Arindom Chakraborty

  • Assistant Professor
  • Visva-Bharati University
Publications 2007 - 2021

Publications

  • 35
    Journal Articles
  • 1
    Conference
    Proceedings
  • 3
    Projects
  • 1
  • 1
  • 1

Citations / H-Index

226 Citations
7 h-index
44 Citations

Google Scholar

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Expertise

Statistics and Probability

Biostatistics, Statistical Genetics, Epidemiology

Personal Information

Arindom Chakraborty

Department of Statistics Visva-Bharati University, Bolpur
Birbhum, West Bengal, India - 731235


Experience

  • Assistant Professor

    Statistics

    Visva-Bharati University


Qualification

  • Ph.D

    University of Calcutta


Honours and Awards

2002

CSIR Junior Research Fellowship (Among top 20%)

CSIR

2000

Summer Research Fellowship

Indian Academy of Sciences

2002

CSIR Junior Research Fellowship (Among top 20%)

CSIR

2000

Summer Research Fellowship

Indian Academy of Sciences

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Membership In Professional Bodies

2010

Society for Statistics, Computer & Application

Life Member

2006

Calcutta Statistical Association

Life Member

2010

Society for Statistics, Computer & Application

Life Member

2006

Calcutta Statistical Association

Life Member

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Research Projects

Prebiotic feed supplement for growth improvement of Indian major carps, Labeo rohita, Cirrhinus mrigala and Catla catla under composite culture system: A gut microbiome and nutrigenomics based approach

Funding Agency : DBT

Nonstandard Data Analysis in some Complex Models

Funding Agency : UGC

Investigating the Role of Toll-like receptors in Plasmodium Falciparum Mediated malarial Patho-genesis: Association and Functional AnalyseS

Funding Agency : UGC

Prebiotic feed supplement for growth improvement of Indian major carps, Labeo rohita, Cirrhinus mrigala and Catla catla under composite culture system: A gut microbiome and nutrigenomics based approach

Funding Agency : DBT

Nonstandard Data Analysis in some Complex Models

Funding Agency : UGC

Investigating the Role of Toll-like receptors in Plasmodium Falciparum Mediated malarial Patho-genesis: Association and Functional AnalyseS

Funding Agency : UGC

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