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One of the most influential relationships a Ph.D. student has during their doctoral pursuit is with their faculty advisor. Working together over several years, this is a critical selection for both students and faculty members. The information provided here is expected to offer benefits to both student and mentor to find a matching pair. The Doctoral Program Committee is hopeful that the information provided here will help to improve the efficiency of the selection process between student and faculty member(s) with similar research interests by offering our Ph.D. students greater initial information.
Biological Graph Networks
|Dhundy (Kiran) Bastola
Research Interests: Energy Homeostasis, Public Health
Research Interest: Data analytics with network modeling
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