Sartaj is a Research Biostatistician whose research interests include longitudinal and survival analysis, multilevel and hierarchical modeling, clustered structures and quality control analysis. He is particularly interested in applying statistical methods in comparative effectiveness, valuation of policy interventions and evidence based research, which is best supported by both sound theory and empirical evidence. With background in Data Informatics, Database Management and Big Data Analytics, he is well conversant with complex surveys and administrative databases to undertake health services and outcomes research. He holds a Masters in Biostatistics from University of Texas Health Science Center (UTHSC), Houston.
Prior to joining our team, Sartaj worked as Manager Statistical Methodologies at IMS-Health, a health outcomes research consulting firm at Plymouth Meeting, PA. He also worked as Statistician at CDC - Atlanta, Center for Clinical and Translational Sciences (CCTS) and MD Anderson Cancer Center at Houston, TX. He currently works with Dr.s Thomas Gaziano, MD, MSc and Ankur Pandya, PhD to manage research efforts related to chronic and non-communicable diseases on multiple projects