Srikesh Arunajadai

Srikesh Arunajadai

Srikesh Arunajadai

Adjunct Assistant Professor


722 W 168 St. R640
New York NY USA 10032


Srikesh Arunajadai, PhD, focuses on statistical applications in solving problems in Biology, with particular emphasis in Neuroscience, Molecular Biology, Biophysics, Systems Biology, and Bioengineering. His statistical research interests include time series, point processes, spatio-temporal processes, and modeling of various dynamic systems, most recently in applications in Anesthesiology and Environmental Health Sciences. Prior to joining the Mailman School, Dr. Arunajadai worked on the identification of neurobiological systems at the University of California, Berkeley and developed a statistical framework for the conditioning test pulse paradigm. He also worked on the modeling of the unwinding of double-stranded RNA by NS3 Helicase enzyme. Dr. Arunajadai received the Evelyn Fix Memorial Medal and Citation, awarded to the PhD student on the Berkeley campus showing the greatest promise in statistical research, with preference for applications to biology and problems of health.



PhD, 2008, University of California at Berkeley
MA, 2004, University of California at Berkeley

Other Affiliations

Honors & Awards

Evelyn Fix Memorial Medal and Citation, 2008

Areas of Expertise

Bioinformatics, Neurological Disease / Disorders, Genetics, Infectious Disease

Select Publications

Arunajadai, S.G A nonlinear model for highly unbalanced repeated time-to-event data: Application to labor progression Statistics in Medicine 29 2709–2722 2010

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