Fellowships and Awards

Service and Other Interests

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Arthi Ramachandran

The Network Effects of Privacy Choices
A. Ramachandran and A. Chaintreau
NetEcon, Jun 2015
"I knew they clicked when i saw them with their friends": identifying your silent web visitors on social media.
A. Ramachandran, Y. Kim, A. Chaintreau
Conference for Online Social Networks, Oct 2014
Evaluation of the emerging scholars program at Columbia University
R. Powell, C. Murphy, A. Cannon, J. Gordon, and A. Ramachandran
SIGCSE, 2013
Prior to working in social networks, I worked in Computational Biology, specifically, Computational Genomics where I used machine learning and data modeling techniques to better understand and analyse genetic data. Below are my publications from that field.


Low-pass Genomewide Sequencing and Variant Inference Using Identity-by-descent in an Isolated Human Population
A. Gusev, M. J. Shah, E. E. Kenny, A. Ramachandran, J. K. Lowe, et al.
Genetics, Nov 30 2011
CONDEX: COpy Number Detection in EXome Sequencing
A. Ramachandran, M. Micsinai, and I. Pe'er
Proceedings of Workshop on Computational Advances in Molecular Epidemiology, Nov 2011
Presentations and Posters
Copy Number Detection in Exome Sequencing
Talk - Workshop on Computational Advances in Molecular Epidemiology
Nov 2011, Atlanta, GA, USA
Copy Number Detection in Exome Sequencing
Poster - Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing
Nov 2011, Portland, OR, USA
Exome Sequencing in an Isolate Population
Poster - International Congress of Human Genetics
Oct 2011, Montreal, Canada
CONDR: COpy Number Detection in RNA-seq and Exome sequencing
Poster - American Society of Human Genetics
Nov 2010, Washington, DC, USA

Resume is available on request.