School of Agricultural, Computational and Environmental Sciences,
University of Southern Queensland, Australia
Professor Shahjahan Khan, PhD is the founding Professor of Statistics at the University of Southern Queensland (USQ), Australia. He also taught at University of Western Ontario, Canada; King Fahd University of Petroleum and Mineral, Saudi Arabia; University of Bahrain, Bahrain; Sultan Qaboos University, Oman; and Dhaka University, Bangladesh. He is the founding Chief Editor of Journal of Applied Probability and Statistics (JAPS) since 2005, was an elected member of USQ Academic Senate/Board, 2012-18; and has supervised 10 PhD and MPhil 3 students, and examined 19 external PhD theses. He has presented 12 workshops, 25 keynote addresses, over 50 invited and 55 seminars/scholarly meetings. He regularly presents 3-day workshops on (1) Evidence-based Decision and Meta-analysis and also on (2) Introduction and Data Analysis using SPSS providing hands-on training. As the President of Islamic Countries Society of Statistical Sciences (ISOSS) he organised international conference in Indonesia, Pakistan, Egypt, Malaysia, Qatar and Bangladesh during 2005-2011. He is an Elected Fellow of Bangladesh Academy of Sciences; Fellow, Royal Statistical Society, UK; Elected Member, International Statistical Institute, Netherlands; Member of Institute of Mathematical Statistics, USA, Life Members of ISOSS and Bangladesh Statistical Association; Member of Statistical Society of Australia; Member, Toowoomba District Health Scientific Review Committee. Recipient of Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award 2018, Queensland Police Service Award, USQ Publication Excellence Award, Queensland Cultural Diversity Ambassador Award, Q M Hossain Gold Medal of Bangladesh Statistical Association, USQ Vice-Chancellor’s Award of Excellence for Community Service; ISOSS Gold Medal for outstanding research and contributions in development of ISOSS. Authored study books on (1) Distribution Theory (2) Statistical Inference and (3) Statistical Models. He is writing a research book on “Meta-Analysis for Health Sciences and Beyond” to be published by Springer Nature. He is a regular contributor to many professional bulletins and newsletters of popular statistical topics and events.