Mir Masoom Ali is a Bangladeshi American statistician, Distinguished Professor, educator, researcher and author. He migrated to the United States in 1969 and became a naturalized citizen in 1981. Ali founded the graduate and undergraduate programs in statistics at Ball State University. He co-founded the Midwest Biopharmaceutical Statistics Workshop, held at Ball State University annually since 1978, and co-sponsored by the American Statistical Association. He served as editor and associate editor of several international statistical journals. He is the founding president of the North America Bangladesh Statistical Association and a member of advisory board at Shahjalal University of Science and Technology. In 2002 Ali received the Sagamore of the Wabash Award, the highest award given in the US state of Indiana, by the Governor of Indiana Frank O'Bannon, for his contributions to Ball State University, to higher education in the state, and specifically to the statistics profession.
|Native name:||মীর মাসুম আলী|
|Born:||February 01, 1937, Patuakhali, British India (presently Bangladesh)|
|Alma mater:||Dhaka College, Dhaka University|
|Occupation:||Statistician, educator, researcher, author|
About Mir Masoom Ali
Revered professor and statistician who was the founding President of the North America Bangladesh Statistical Association.
Mir Masoom Ali Before Fame
He received his Ph.D. in Mathematical Statistics from the University of Toronto in Canada in 1969.
Achievement of Mir Masoom Ali
He was the first-ever recipient of the Qazi Motahar Hossain Gold Medal in 1990.
Mir Masoom Ali Family Life
His father, Mir Muazzam Ali, was a successful Patuakhali lawyer.
Associations of Mir Masoom Ali
He and American Nate Silver became two of the world's most famous statisticians.
Information related to Mir Masoom Ali
- Pakistani expatriates in Canada
- Bengali educators
- Fellows of Bangladesh Academy of Sciences
- Ball State University faculty
- Dhaka College alumni
- Pakistani emigrants to the United States
- American statisticians