I am a Senior Research Scientist in the Department of Statistics and the Department of Biomedical Data Sciences. I am also the Director of the Data Coordinating Center in the Department of Biomedical Data Sciences.

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- Statistical Computing
- Bioinformatics
- Machine Learning
- Distributed Computing
- Reproducible Research
- Clinical Trials

There is currently great interest in applying neural networks to prediction tasks in medicine. It is important for predictive models to …

Much of my software is in R packages associated with my publications and linked there. Here is a list of some others that I maintain and contribute to, although not comprehensive.

SBCpip is a package for predicting platelet inventory at the Stanford Blood Center.

CVXR is a domain specific language for expressing convex optimization problems in R.

ASSISTant is a package for an adaptive subgroup selection in group sequential trials.

cubature for deterministic and monte carlo numerical integration.

distcomp for open distributed computation without aggregation.

homomorpheR for homomomorphic computations in R and distributed model fitting.

ECOSolveR an interface to the Embedded Conic Solver in R.

impute Imputation of missing value using K-nearest neighbors.

- Birthday Problem. Code in Github Repo.

The R programming environment provides a rich suite of methods and algorithms for statistical model fitting and computation in general. …

B.Sc, Maths. Loyola College, Chennai, India.

M.Sc. Applied Maths. P.S.G. College of Technology, Coimbatore, India.

Ph.D. Statistics. Department of Statistics, Florida State University.

*Advisor*: George Marsaglia.Assistant Professor, Mathematics. University of Minnesota, Morris

Assistant Professor, Mathematics. Penn State University, Erie

Senior Research Scientist. Department of Statistics and Department of Biomedical Data Sciences, Stanford University.

Director. Data Coordinating Center in the Department of Biomedical Data Sciences.