I have taught a variety of courses that are theoretical (calculus- or analysis-based) and applied (non-mathematical) statistics. These include undergraduate level statistics courses for engineering majors, business majors, mathematics majors, and research workers in the natural sciences; and graduate level mathematical statistics and a topics course in mathematics (probability theory).
PhD, Statistics, Florida State University
MS, Statistics, Florida State University
MSc, Statistics, Madras Christian College, India
BSc, Statistics, Madras Christian College, India
PI, NCI grant entitled Efficient Estimation Methods for Censored Survival Data, $218,158, April 2004 - March 2007
PI, Summer Faculty Research Fund Award entitled Semiparametric Estimation of a Survival Function with Missing Censoring Information, $7,500, July - August 2002
PI, Summer Faculty Research Fund Award entitled Median Regression Analysis of Censored Data $5,000, July - August 1998