Bio

Qualification

    • Ph.D – Statistics

    • NET (LS)

    • M.Sc – Statistics

Paper Presentations

1: Transmission based association tests for multivariate phenotypes using quasi-likelihood

2: A joint quantile regression model for multivariate longitudinal outcomes

3: Transmission based association tests for multivariate phenotypes using quasi likelihood

4: A Poisson regression approach for association mapping of count Phenotype

5: Genetic association test based on transmission information on Both parents

6: A quasi-likelihood approach to detect transmission bias using sibship data

7: A Poisson regression approach for association mapping of count phenotypes

8: Do non-informative parents carry any information for transmission based association tests?

9: Transmission disequilibrium test For quantitative traits based on multiple sibs

10: Competing study for genetic association

Research papers

1: “A joint quantile r egression model for multiple longitudinal outcomes, H Kulkarni, J Biswas, K Das, ASTA, Advances in Statistical Analysis, 103, 453473 2019”

2: “Transmission-based association mapping of triglyceride levels in a longitudinal framework using quasi-likelihood, H Kulkarni, I Mukhopadhay, S Ghosh, BMC Proceedings, 12(Suppl 9):39 210-214, 2018”

3. “Including non-informative parents in transmission based association tests, H Kuklarni, S Ghosh, Journal of Human Genetics, 62(6), 621-627, 2017”

Experience

Teaching experience : 1 Year

Industry experience : 6 months

Research experience : 7 Years

Achievements

“1. Winner of second prize in national level interuniversity project competition held at Vishakapatnam, 2010 for working as team leader in the project titled “Health status of Kolhapur city with special emphases on viral infection” presented in ISPS-IISA joint conference

2. Won ITS-SERB travel award for attending CEN ISBS joint conference on Biometric and Biopharmaceutical Statistics at Vienna, Austria, from 28 August to 1 September 2017″

Subjects

Linear algebra, Regression Analysis, Multivariate Analysis, Survival Analysis, Asymptotic Inference, Statistical Computing