Haema Nilakanta
Hello! I'm Haema Nilakanta (pronounced: "heyma" "kneeluhkanta") 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.
Professional resources
Education
Publications

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
Consulting
 SpringFall 2017
 Statistical Consulting for the UMN Forestry Department
 Summer 2016
 PhD Summer Consulting Experience (UMN)  worked on two projects with the Frazier Stress and Trauma Lab
Teaching
Graduate Instructor (University of Minnesota  Twin Cities)
 Fall 2018
 STAT 3011, Introduction to Statistical Analysis, 1 section
 STAT 3701, Introduction to Statistical Computing (temporary instructor), 1 section
Teaching Assistant (University of Minnesota  Twin Cities)
 Fall 2016
 STAT 4893W, Consultation and Communication for Statisticians, 1 section
 Spring 2016
 STAT 8102, Mathematical Statistics, 1 section
 Fall 2015
 STAT 4101, Mathematical Statistics, 2 sections
 Summer 2015
 STAT 3022, Data Analysis, 1
section
 Spring 2015
 STAT 1001, Introductions to the Ideas of Statistics, 2 sections
 Fall 2014
 STAT 1001, Introductions to the Ideas of Statistics, 2 sections
Tutoring
 I have multiple years of experience tutoring students in statistics, math and science courses, both on an individual and group level.
 In particular, I have tutored students in the following statistics and math classes: Data Analysis, Introduction to Statistics, Mathematical Statistics, Biostatistics, Differential Equations, Calculus I and II, and Introduction to Business Math
 Contact me for additional information on tutoring!