I am a Ph.D. Candidate in Operations Management at the Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland. I am grateful to Dr. S. Raghavan for serving as my dissertation chair. My vision is to develop and apply Operations Management methodologies for promoting fairness and equity among the grassroots population to bring about a positive impact. I plan to advance, integrate and use research methods in econometrics, industrial organization, integer programming, probabilistic models, machine learning, and related fields to pursue my mission.
My dissertation focuses on the healthcare sector, liver allocation policy in the United States (U.S.) in particular. The goals of my thesis are to: (1) Understand why previous allocation policies have resulted in huge geographic inequities; and (2) Propose new policies that address the issue of geographic inequity and result in efficient allocations.
|Best Paper Award (Finalist)||INFORMS Public Sector Operations Research Section||2020|
|Best Paper Award Competition (Honorable Mention)||College of Healthcare Operations Management (CHOM), POMS||2020|
|Outstanding Graduate Assistantship Award||University of Maryland||2020|
|Jacob K. Goldhaber Travel Grant||University of Maryland||2020, 2021|
|International Conference Student Support Award||University of Maryland||2021|
|Smith School Summer Fellowship||Robert H. Smith School of Business||2018, 2019, 2020|
|Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland||Ph.D. Candidate in Operations Management||2017 - Present|
|Indian School of Business||Analyst||2015 - 2017|
|Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi||Bachelor of Technology, Production & Industrial Engineering||2009 - 2013|