Sharlene Alauddin
Assistant Professor

Sharlene Alauddin is an Assistant Professor in Statistics Discipline at Khulna University. She completed her B.S. (Honors) and M.S. in Statistics from the University of Dhaka. In September, 2018, she joined as a Lecturer in Statistics Discipline at Khulna University. She was awarded Commonwealth PhD Scholarship in 2021 and National Science and Technology (NST) Fellowship in 2016. 

Sharlene Alauddin is currently pursuing her PhD in the field of Medical Statistics at the University of Exeter, UK with the Commonwealth Scholarship. 

Education

PhD in Health Statistics (Ongoing), University of Exeter, 2021-Present

M.S. (Thesis) in Statistics, University of Dhaka, 2016

B.S. (Honors) in Statistics, Biostatistics and Informatics, University of Dhaka, 2015 


Award

Commonwealth PhD Scholarship, Commonwealth Scholarship Commission (UK), 2021

National Science and Technology (NST) Fellowship, Ministry of Science and Technology, Bangladesh, 2015

Research interests

  • Analysis of longitudinal, multilevel and survival data
  • Public Health
  • Epidemiology
  • Statistical methods in bioinformatics

Current Research Project/Collaboration

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September, 2020-Present Date:         Assistant Professor 

                                                         Statistics Discipline

                                                         Khulna University, Bangladesh.

September, 2018-September, 2020:   Lecturer 

                                                         Statistics Discipline

                                                         Khulna University, Bangladesh.

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Supervision

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Publications

1. Alauddin, S., Islam, M. A., & Haque, M. E. (2019). Socioeconomic and Demographic Determinants of Birth Interval in Bangladesh: A Statistical Analysis Using Survival Mixed Regression Model and Proportional Hazard Regression Model. Annals of Pure and Applied Mathematics19(1), 89-98.

2.Ali, M., Alauddin, S., Khatun, M. F., Maniruzzaman, M., & Islam, S. M. S. (2020). Determinants of early age of mother at first birth in Bangladesh: a statistical analysis using a two-level multiple logistic regression model. Journal of Public Health, 1-7.

3.Sarder, M. A., Alauddin, S., & Ahammed, B. (2020). Determinants of teenage marital pregnancy among Bangladeshi women: An analysis by the cox proportional hazard model. Social Health and Behavior3(4), 137.

4.Islam, A., Alauddin, S., & Barna, S. D. (2021). Socioeconomic and Demographic Predictors of Women's First Birth at an Early Age: Evidence from Bangladesh’s Demographic and Health Survey, 2004-2014. Journal of International Women's Studies22(1), 359-373.

5.Alauddin, S., & Haque, M. E. (2021). Socioeconomic Determinants of Diarrhea among Under-Five Children in Bangladesh: Do Education and Wealth Matter?. Journal of Maternal and Child Health6(4), 444-454.

6.Islam, M., Afroja, S., Khan, M., Alauddin, S., Nahar, M., & Talukder, A. (2022). Prevalence and Triggering Factors of Childhood Anemia: An Application of Ordinal Logistic Regression Model. International Journal of Clinical Practice2022.