Bashiru I. I. Saeed
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Bashiru I. I. Saeed hails from Walewale in the Northern Region of Ghana. He attended Ghana Secondary School and Tamale Secondary School where he obtained his GCE ‘O’ level and GCE ‘A’ level certificates respectively. He holds teacher’s Certificate “A” from E. P. Training College. He is also a proud alumnus of Kumasi Polytechnic, where he obtained a Higher National Diploma (HND) in Statistics. He received a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Mathematics from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in 2003 and 2009 respectively. Between 2011 and 2014, he studied for a Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Statistics at Jiangsu University in China. Bashiru I. I. Saeed is an educationist and has taught at both basic and secondary schools in the Northern and Ashanti Regions of Ghana before joining Kumasi Polytechnic where he rose through the ranks. Among the management positions he has held in the Polytechnic over the years include Head of Department for Mathematics and Statistics and Dean of faculty of Applied Sciences. He has also served and continue to serve on a number of committees at the management level.
Multivariate Data Analysis Operations Research Quantitative Studies Statistical Computing - R
4) Hudu Mohammed, AR Abdul-Aziz and Bashiru I I Saeed. Modelling the Ghanaian Inflation Rate Using Interrupted Time Series Analysis. Journal of Mathematical Theory and Modelling, 2015.
3) KwasiPokuAsare, Olivia Poku Asare, Bashiru I I Saeed and E A Prempeh. Exploring the Variability between Groups and Non- Hypertensive Diabetic Patients: The Hotelling’s T-Square Approach”A case study of KomfoAnokye Teaching Hospital-Kumasi, Ghana. Research Journal of Mathematics and Statistics. 2015.
2) KwasiPokuAsare, Olivia PokuAsare and Bashiru I I Saeed. Models for Characterising Hypertensive and Non-Hypertensive Diabetic Patients: A Case Study of KomfoAnokye Teaching Hospital-Kumasi, Ghana. Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare. 2015.
1) Azumah Karim, Bashiru I I Saeed, Kwaku F Darkwah, and AAI Musah. Analysis of chronic disease conditions in Ghana using logistic regression. International Journal of Statistics and Applications. 2015;5(4).