Prior to joining at Vanderbilt in 2015, he received his DSc in Epidemiology from Erasmus University in the Netherlands and MSc in Mathematics from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur in India. Dr. Kundu has an extensive documented record of authorship in his field of endeavor. Dr. Kundu’s work has resulted in 23 peer-reviewed scientific articles, including Nature Genetics, JAMA and Neurology. Dr. Kundu has conducted peer review for several journals, including BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, the European Journal of Heart Failure, Diabetologia and American Journal of Public Health.
Suman Kundu, DSc
Research Assistant Professor of Medicine
Cardiovascular Disease, Statistical Modeling
Dr. Kundu's research largely focuses on investigating the impact of standard risk factors, genetic variants and biomarkers in understanding the relationship between HIV infection and the risk of cardiovascular disease. He is interested in advanced statistical modeling applied in health science, and methodological and analytical considerations in prediction research.