Dr Siaka Lougue
Siaka Lougue   Dr. Lougue is specialized in Biostatistics and the applications of statistics in Demography, Public Health , Epidemiology and Environment. He got some years of experience in a National Institute of Statistic as principal data analyst and also as a statistic consultant for national and international organizations. 

He is highly interested in all applications of innovative statistics models for solving development problems in Africa. His current research focus on Bayesian and Monte Carlo techniques for epidemiological issues.
 Position:   Lecturer
Qualifications:   PhD in applied Statistics
Telephone:   031 260 8194
 Recent Publications:   Sathiya Susuman A., Renette Blignaut and Lougue S. (2014), TB/HIV risk factors identified from a General Household Survey of South Africa in 2006, SAHARA-J:Journal of Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS (ahead-of-print): 1-5. 

Lougue S. and Sathiya Susuman A. and Bonkoungou Z. (2012), Maternal Mortality in Burkina Faso: A Method from Population Census 2006, Iranian Journal of Public Health, Vol. 42, No. 9, Sep 2013, pp.960-971. 

Lougue S. and Bonkoungou Z. (2011), Automatic correction of technical specifications: Case of Burkina Faso census 2006 data cleaning. Article published as a section of the book: Pratiques et methodes de sondage, P.159-163, DUNOD edition. This paper has also been presented at the francophone workshop on sample survey, Tanger, in Morocco, 22 - 25 march 2010. Original title in French: Correction automatique des specifications techniques: Cas de l'appurement des donnees du recensement 2006 du Burkina Faso. 

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