Computational Epidemiology | Data Science | Disease ecology

About me

I am a Postdoctoral Associate at the Center for Infectious Disease Modeling and Analysis at Yale University.

I have a PhD in Quantitative Epidemiology from Georgetown University. I completed my PhD dissertation at Bansal Lab. I also have a MS in Natural Resources Management. Before joining Bansal lab, I briefly worked as a research associate at IISER Pune with Sutirth Dey.


Research interests

I am a quantitative epidemiologist interested in questions related to health of human and animal populations; particularly in combining computational, mathematical and statistical approaches in testing hypotheses. I have developed two open-acess computational tools: INoDS allows inference of networks underlying infectious disease spread; and random modular graph generator generates random networks with tunable network modularity