Hello! I'm Haema Nilakanta (pronounced: "hey-ma" "kneel-uh-kan-ta") and I'm a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Minnesota School of Statistics. My advisor is Professor Galin Jones. Last year I was an Interdisciplinary Doctoral Fellow.
Ph. D. (ABD) Statistics, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, In Progress
M.S. Statistics, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, 2018
Graduate coursework in Biostatistics, The George Washington University, 2012-2014
B.S. Mathematics Magna Cum Laude, Iowa State University, 2011
Nilakanta, H., Drews, K.L., Firrell, S., Foulkes, M.A. and Jablonski, K.A. (2014). A review of software for analyzing molecular sequences, BMC Research Notes, 7:830
Baker, M.R., Nguyen-Feng, V.N., Nilakanta, H., and Frazier, P.A. (2019) Childhood Maltreatment Predicts Daily Stressor Exposure in College Students, but not Perceived Stress or Stress Reactivity, Journal of Counseling Psychology
Nilakanta, H., Almquist, Z.W., and Jones, G.L. Reliable Estimates of Network Properties Using Monte Carlo Methods, In Prep