Objective

  • The Biostatistics & Data Management division aims to provide its services for health research studies, epidemiologic investigations, clinical studies, clinical trials, community-based investigations, and basic science research.

Name Designation Email
Dr. S D Mishra Scientist-C sd[dot]mishra[at]gov[dot]in
Mr. A J Malhotra Technical Assistant malhotra[dot]aj[at]icmr[dot]gov[dot]in
Mr. J P Valodara Technician 'B' valodara[dot]jp[at]gov[dot]in
Mrs. Jyotsna Verma Technician 'A' jyotsna[dot]vicmr[dot]gov[dot]in
Mrs. M. Shrimali MTS shrimali[dot]mv[at]icmr[dot]gov[dot]in

Functions of the Department

  • Study Design Inputs

  • Study Protocol Development

  • Sample Size Calculation

  • Randomization

  • Case Record Form (CRF) Development

  • Data Management Plan

  • Database Creation

  • Data Cleaning and Coding

  • Data Entry

  • Statistical Analysis of Data

  • Reporting of Statistical Analysis (e.g., Figures and Tables)

  • Training and Education

  • Preparation of Technical Documents (Reports and Publications)

On Going Project

  • Occupational Health Risk among veterinarians and associated workers
  • A study of ophthalmological morbidity among traffic police personnel
  • Biomonitoring of Bisphenol A, Phthalates, Polychlorinated Biphenyls and Heavy Metals in Plastic Industrial workers
  • Urban Air Quality Assessment Using Remote Sensing Data and GIS
  • Evaluation of occupational health risk among veterinarians and associated workers
  • A cross-sectional survey to assess the occupational hazards among hairdressers

Laboratory Facilities & Instruments

  • Statistical Software     : SPSS, R

  • DBMS                         : Epi-Info, Open Clinica

Project Completed

  • Study of levels of cytokines in Sputum of Cotton Dust Exposed Workers
  • Effectiveness of Personal Cooling Garment(PCG) in Heat Industry
  • Quantitative Detection of Heavy Metals and Phthalates in Toys
  • Body burden of carcinogenic organic pollutants (Polychlorinated biphenyls and pesticides) due to consumption of food and health risk assessment.
  • Effect of indoor air pollution on women and children in India (Indo-US)
  • Air Quality Study Using Airborne Hyperspectral Remote Sensing And Ground Data
  • Lead (Pb) induced Nephrotoxicity and role of δ-aminolevulinic acid dehydratase (ALAD) gene polymorphism

Publications and Research Reports

  1. Amrita Gupta, Yogita Dwivedi, Sumi Saxena, Uma Srivastava, Sandeep Mangla, Sukhdev Mishra. “A randomized control study of dexmedetomidine versus fentanyl as an anesthetic adjuvant in supratentorial craniotomies”, Anaesthesia, Pain & Intensive Care 2017 21(3):306-311
  2. Ashtekar Shirish , Vishal Kapadia, Sanjeev Kumar, Sunil Kumar, Sukhdev Mishra, Gyanendra Singh (2015),  “Effectiveness of Cooling Jacket with Reference to Physiological Responses in Iron Foundry Workers”,  International Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics 2016, 22(4): 87-493
  3. Jayasankar Pillai, Riddhi Patel, Alka Banker, J Rajarajeswari, SukhDev Mishra, “Morphometric Analysis of Maxillary Central Incisor to Determine its Crown Form: A Model-based Cross-sectional Study”, Journal of Forensic Science and Medicine  2016,  2(4): 213-218
  4. Khushbu Vaghela, Heena Oza, Vinit Mishra, Anil Gautam, Yogendra Verma, Sukhdev Mishra, Sunil Kumar “Relationship between Thyroid Profile with Reproductive Hormones and Semen Quality” American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences  2016, 21(1): 250-258
  5. Sukhdev Mishra.“Service Sector Statistics –Implications for 21st century” Sankhyavignan, Dec 2014 :41-45
  6. Sukhdev Mishra, Diwakar Khare, “On comparative performance of multiple imputation methods for moderate to large proportions of missing data in clinical trials: a simulation study”, Journal of Medical statistics and Informatics 2014, 2: 9
  7. Mohan Appaiahgari, Roger Glass, Shakti Singh, Sunita Taneja, Temsunaro Rongsen-Chandola, Nita Bhandari, Sukhdev Mishra, Sudhanshu Vrati. “Transplacental rotavirus IgG interferes with immune response to live oral rotavirus vaccine ORV-116E in Indian infants” , Vaccine 2014, 32(6): 651-656.