Dr. Boubakari Ibrahimou graduated from the University of South Florida with doctoral degrees in mathematics and biostatistics. He is an assistant professor of biostatistics in the Robert Stempel College of Public Health and Social Work and is also the deputy director of the Integrated Biostatistics and Data Management Center, where he collaborates and consults with clinicians, public health professionals, scientists, engineers and social science researchers.
He teaches several courses and his research interests include: correlated data analysis, modeling and health impact of air pollutant and chemical agents, statistical modeling of biological systems, nonlinear analysis, maternal and child health and survival analysis.
- Correlated Data, Nonlinear and Survival Analysis
Scholarly & Creative Works
Other Scholarly Work
principal investigator on
- Particulate Matter (PM) Metals and Racial Disparity in Cardiovascular (CVD) Risk Factors awarded by National Heart, Lung, & Blood Institute 2020 - 2025
- Risk Factors for Longer Hospital Stay Following the Fontan Operation in Current Era awarded by Nicklaus Children's Hospital 2015 - 2016
- Traumatic Brain Injury: Multimodal Biomarker Screening awarded by Nicklaus Children's Hospital 2015 - 2016
co-principal investigator on
- Biobehavioral Intervention For Smokers Living With HIV awarded by Florida Department of Health 2016 - 2021
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