Name: Shahid Ullah

Qualification: Ph.D

Country: Australia


Senior Biostatistician and Senior Lecturer in Biostatistics, 
South Australian Health & Medical.

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ANZDATA and ANZOD Registry, 
South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI), 
Adelaide, South Australia, 

Research Interests:

Data Analysis, Statistical Analysis, Sports Injuries, Liquid Chromatography, Biomedical Science, Statistics, Injury Prevention, R Statistical Package, R Programming, Data Science, Data Management, Statistical Software, Data Processing and Computer Science, Advanced Statistical Modeling, Research Data, Functional data analsyis.


  • Dr Shahid Ullah is a senior biostatistician at South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI). 
  • He is responsible for statistical support to the Australia and New Zealand Dialysis and Transplant (ANZDATA) and Australia and New Zealand Organ Donation (ANZOD) Registries at SAHMRI. 
  • His current role is to interact with a range of external stakeholders including contributors to the ANZDATA and ANZOD registries from around Australia and New Zealand, together with a wide range of collaborating groups. 
  • Dr Ullah has begun to contribute to the strong research group in clinical settings within the ANZDATA, and across the nephrology communities in Australia and New Zealand through leading and developing new biostatistical projects of his own, as well as collaborating with clinicians and researchers by providing specific biostatistical expertise.  
  • In addition to supporting statistical methodology and modelling, he is also actively involved with writing statistical analysis sections for peer review articles and methodological papers for statistics, medicine and health related journals. 
  • He has skills to supervise honours, masters and PhD students. 
  • He is also an editorial member and statistical adviser of journals. 
  • He publishes in top ranking journals and his research activities have been disseminated in 147 authored publications through a variety of forums including peer-reviewed journals, reports, conference abstracts and other papers. 
  • He has been awarded over $1.2 million in collaborative research grants as the named associate and chief investigators. 
  • He is also a vice president of the Statistical Society of Australia South Australia Branch.