Assistant Professor
Mathematical Sciences
Office
Marcus White Hall
107
Or by appointment
Education
Biostatistics
University of Calgary
2017
Statistics and Actuarial Science
Simon Fraser University
2006
Publications, Research & Presentations

REFEREED PUBLICATIONS (https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4760-6395)

  • Singh G. & Fick G.H.(2020) Ordinal outcomes: a cumulative probability model with the log link and an assumption of proportionality. Statistics in Medicine. 39:1343-1361
  • Sajobi T.T., Singh G., Lowerison M.W., Engbers J., Menon B.K., Demchuk A.M., Goyal M., Hill M.D. (2017) Minimal Sufficient Balance Randomization for Sequential Randomized Controlled Trial Designs: Results from the ESCAPE Trial. Trials. 18:516
  • Sajobi T.T., Lix L.M., Singh G., Lowerison M.W., Engbers J., Mayo N. (2015). Identifying Reprioritization Response Shift in a Stroke Caregiver Population: A comparison of Missing Data Methods. Quality of Life Research. 24:3 529-540.
  • deLeon A., Guo M., Rudnisky C.J., Singh G. (2007) A likelihood approach to estimating sensitivity and specificity for binocular data: Application in Ophthalmology . Statistics in Medicine. 26: 3300-3314.

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SELECTED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (*-presenter)

  • 2022 Singh G.* and Fick G.H. Ordinal Outcomes: Considerations for the Generalized Linear Model with the Identity Link. Statistical Society of Canada (SSC), Burnaby, BC, CANADA (virtual)
  • 2020 Singh G.* and Fick G.H. Ordinal outcomes: Considerations for a log cumulative probability model without a proportionality assumption. Joint Statistical Meeting (JSM), Philadelphia, PA, USA (virtual)
  • 2019 Singh G.*, Lowerison M.W., Ademola A., Menon B., Hill M.D., Sajobi T.T. On Covariate Adaptive Randomization in Clinical Trials. Statistical Society of Canada, Calgary, AB, CANADA
  • 2018 Singh G.* and Fick G.H. Ordinal Outcomes: Considerations for the Generalized Linear Model with the Log Link. Joint Statistical Meeting (JSM), Vancouver, BC CANADA
  • 2016 Brenner J.*, Kyomuhangi T., Turyakira E., Nettel-Aguirre A., Singhal N., Singh G., Hobbs A., Kabakyenga J. and Healthy Child Uganda Evaluation Team. District scale up of an integrated maternal child health initiative in rural southwest Uganda: Pre-post intervention coverage survey results. 28th International Congress of Pediatrics, Vancouver, BC CANADA
  • 2007 Parker G.* and Singh G.* Practical Issues in Modeling Investment Products. Annual meeting of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries (CIA), Vancouver, BC CANADA
  • 2006 Singh G.* Using Aggregated Log Returns to speed-up simulation. 41st Actuarial Research Conference (ARC), Montreal, Quebec CANADA

SELECTED POSTER PRESENTATIONS  (*-presenter)

  • 2019 Singh G., Lowerison M.W., Ademola A., Menon B., Hill M.D., Sajobi T.T*. Minimal sufficient balance randomization for acute stroke trials. International Society for Clinical Biostatistics, Leuven, BELGIUM
  • 2019 Singh G., Lowerison M.W., Ademola A.*, Menon B., Hill M.D., Sajobi T.T. On Covariate Adaptive Randomization Methods in Acute Stroke Trials. Society for Clinical Trials. New Orleans, LA USA
  • 2018 Invited e-poster: Singh G.* and Fick G.H. Conditions for the Uniqueness, Finiteness and Possible Location of the Maximum Likelihood Estimate with a Log Binomial Model. Joint Statistical Meeting (JSM), Vancouver, BC CANADA
  • 2015 Sajobi T.T., Pordeli P.*, Singh G., Kuokam W., Lix L.M. Logistic Ridge Regression for Domain Importance Assessment in Patient Reported Outcomes. 11th International Conference on Health Policy Statistics, Providence, RI USA

WORKSHOP, SEMINAR, or COLLOQUIUM (*-presenter)

  • 2021, 2020, 2019 Singh G.* Probability or odds: Considerations for Regression Models CCSU Mathematics Colloquium. New Britain, CT, USA.
  • 2019 Singh G., Williamson T., Eliasziw M. & Fick G.H.* A Viable Option When Modelling Health Outcomes. O’Brien Institute for Public Health, Calgary AB, CANADA
  • 2018 Singh G.* Intro to R/ Crash course in R. Invited by the Actuarial Club at Central to give a 3 hour workshop. New Britain, CT, USA 
  • 2017 Singh G.* and Fick G.H. Binary and Ordinal Outcomes: Considerations for the Generalized Linear Model with the Log Link. Biostatistics. Survival Analysis Group Enhancement Seminar Series (SAGE), Calgary, AB CANADA
Awards & Grants

AWARDS

  • 2021: Excellence in Teaching Honor Roll. Central Connecticut State University: Nominated by Central students for excellence in university teaching.

GRANTS

  • 2022 CSU-AAUP Faculty Research Grant: "Conditions for dissimilar estimates of log-binomial and Poisson regression parameters"
  • 2021 CSU-AAUP Faculty Research Grant: "Extending Log-Binomial Model and Log Cumulative Probability Model for correlated data"
  • 2020 CSU-AAUP Faculty Research Grant: "Comparing odds and probabilities as measures of risk for certain generalized linear models"
  • 2019 CSU-AAUP Faculty Research Grant: "Statistical Inference in the Proportional Probability and Log Binomial Models"
Memberships & Affiliations
Courses Taught

GRADUATE

  • DATA 512: Predictive Analytics: Estimation and Clustering 
  • STAT 535: Graduate Loss and Frequency Distributions and Credibility Theory
  • STAT 551: Applied Stochastic Processes 
  • STAT 576: Topics in Statistics: Introduction to Data Science
  • STAT 576: Topics in Statistics: Biostatistics
  • DATA 599: Special Project (Plan C)

UNDERGRADUATE

  • STAT 425: Loss and Frequency Distributions and Credibility Theory
  • STAT 476: Topics in Statistics: Introduction to Data Science
  • STAT 476: Topics in Statistics: Biostatistics
  • ACTL 481: Review – SOA/CAS  Course Exam 1

 

  • STAT 104: Elementary Statistics
  • STAT 200: Business Statistics 
  • STAT 201: Business Statistics II
  • STAT 215: Statistics for Behavioral Sciences I
  • STAT 216: Statistics for Behavioral Sciences II