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Dr Theo Niyonsenga is Associate Professor of Biostatistics, University of Canberra (UC) Faculty of Health, and member of both UC Health Research Institute (HRI) and Centre for Research and Action in Population Health (CeRAPH). Dr Niyonsenga was trained in Mathematics, Physics & Engineering Sciences (Bachelor of Science, National University of Rwanda, 1979-82); in Mathematical Statistics (Master of Science & PhD, University of Montreal, Canada, 1982-91); and completed his postdoctoral research training in Biometry (University of Montreal, Canada, 1991-92). Dr Niyonsenga has more than 20 years of experience working as a biostatistician in research, teaching and statistical consulting. He developed and applied statistical methods to collaborative research projects focusing on, but not limited to, the areas of multivariate data analysis methods such as structural equations modeling, longitudinal and multi-level data analysis, spatial statistics with application to spatial epidemiology.  Dr Niyonsenga commenced his continuing position with the University of Canberra by end of January 2017.  Prior to this relocation, he worked at the University of South Australia from September 2013 till January 2017. Other work experience was acquired as Adjunct Professor at the University of Saskatchewan School of Public Health (Canada); Associate Professor of Biostatistics and Epidemiology at the Florida International University School of Public Health (US); Research Associate at the University of Sherbrooke Clinical Research Centre (Canada); and as Consultant respectively for the Public Health Agency of Canada and Saskatoon Health Region, University of Saskatchewan as well as Quebec National Institutes for Public Health.

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Research Output 2011 2018

2 Citations

Blood biomarkers as predictors of long-term mortality in COPD

Mendy, A., Forno, E., Niyonsenga, T. & Gasana, J. May 2018 In : Clinical Respiratory Journal. 12, 5, p. 1-9 9 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Eosinophils
C-Reactive Protein
Biomarkers
Mortality
1 Citations

Comorbidities in Australian women with hormone-dependent breast cancer: a population-based analysis

Ng, H. S., Koczwara, B., Roder, D. M., Niyonsenga, T. & Vitry, A. I. 15 Jan 2018 In : Medical Journal of Australia. 208, 1, p. 24-28 5 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Comorbidity
Hormones
Breast Neoplasms
Population
Control Groups
1 Citations

Does where you live influence your socio-economic status?

Lockwood, T., Coffee, N. T., Rossini, P., Niyonsenga, T. & McGreal, S. Mar 2018 In : Land Use Policy. 72, p. 152-160 9 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

socioeconomic status
social status
economics
transaction
occupation

Drought and Distress in Southeastern Australia

Hanigan, I. C., Schirmer, J. & Niyonsenga, T. 24 May 2018 In : Ecohealth. p. 1-14 14 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Droughts
drought
gender
Victoria
mental health