Lecturer in Biostatistics

Keele University


Email address: r.bajpai@keele.ac.uk
Twitter: @Rambajpai16

Dr Ram Bajpai

Community Member


Dr Ram Bajpai is a Lecturer in Biostatistics at the School of Medicine in Keele University, UK.

He is fellow of UK Higher Education Academy (HEA). Dr Bajpai is a trained applied statistician who specialised in medical statistics with an international work experience (India, Singapore, and UK) and more than ten years of experience which prepare him to be an effective researcher and academic.

Ram has a strong track record of methodological research and applying statistical methods in biomedical domain that mainly includes quantitative epidemiology, complex data analysis, prediction modelling (classical and machine learning), and evidence synthesis.

He has published more than 100 peer reviewed research articles in reputed journals, and also presented ongoing research in various national/international conferences. In his recent collaborative methodology work, Ram and the team evaluated the quality of the design and conduct of machine learning clinical prediction models and published in the BMJ, Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, and BMC Medical Research Methodology.

He is a member of various international statistical and epidemiological bodies such as Royal Statistical Society (RSS), International Epidemiological Association (IEA), and Cochrane Breast Cancer Group. He also serves as an editorial board member, and peer reviewer to reputed international journals. Ram previously served as a member of Covidence 2022 Scholarship Selection Panel, and listed as top 1% reviewers in 2019 of Cross-field science domain by Publons.

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