Megha completed her PhD in the Quantitative Methods program at The University of Texas at Austin. Her dissertation work examined cluster wild bootstrapping to handle dependent effect sizes in meta-analyses with a small number of studies. She now works as quantitative researcher at the American Institutes for Research. Her research interests include causal inference, meta-analysis, and missing data analysis.
PhD in Quantitative Methods, 2021
The University of Texas at Austin
BA in Psychology and Art History, 2014
Bryn Mawr College