Professor & Undergraduate Advisor
University of Central Florida
United States of America
Education Ph.D Statistics, 1989 – Old Dominion University M.S Mathematics , 1985 – University of Saskatchewan, Canada M.S Statistics, 1979 – University of Dhaka, Bangladesh B.S Statistics, 1977 – University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
Research and consulting include: design and analysis of experiments, linear/nonlinear models, analysis of variance/covariance, regression analysis and categorical data analysis.
“Stress, Social Support and Depression in Arab Muslim Immigrant Women in the Detroit Area of the United States, Karen Aroian, Nizam Uddin and Darshana Ullah. In: Nazilla Khanlou and F. Berry Pilkington (Ed), Women’s Mental Health: Resistance and Resilience in Community and Society, Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015, 69-81. 2015
“Predictors of Intention to Refer to Pediatric Palliative or Hospice Care, Norma Conner and Nizam Uddin, American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Care, 1-8. 2015
“Finding Supply Chain Talent: An Outreach Strategy”, Steve Leon and Nizam Uddin, Supply Chain Management- International Refereed Journal, 21, 1, 20-44 .2016