Doctoral Candidate in Health Services Management &
Policy; Minor in Epidemiology; The Ohio State University College of Public
Master of Public Health; Health Policy & Management, Rollins
School of Public Health; Emory University, August 2010.
Bachelor of Science; Biology; Minor in Music (Piano
Performance); Emory University, August 2009.
Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology Studies; Emory
University Study Abroad/Cité Universitaire (Paris, France), Summer 2009.
Research interests include perinatal and pediatric outcomes
research, specifically in the areas of birth defects and developmental
disabilities, and quality improvement of health services delivery. Current
activities include health administration work as a first-year LEND trainee and
policy research for Nisonger Center’s funding resource project for families of
and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
& Fellowship Awards
September 2010: Graduate fellowship, The Ohio State
University; guaranteed funding for three years of doctoral work.
Summer 2007: National Science Foundation grant, Mitchell
Cancer Institute, University of South Alabama College of Medicine;
undergraduate research funding.
Harpen M, Barik T, Musiyenko A, Barik S. “Mutational
analysis reveals a non-contractile but interactive role of actin and profilin
in viral RNA-dependent RNA synthesis.” Journal of Virology, 2009.
“Green Comes with Yellow and Red.” Hybrid Vigor: Science
of Green, 2009.
“Delving Deeper: Under the Disguise of Happiness.” Hybrid
Vigor: Science of Emotion, 2007.
“When the Music Stops.” Hybrid Vigor: Science of Doomsday,
Barik T, Zhao KW, Dong JT. “Isolation and
identification of proteins interacting with KLF5 transcription factor complex
in human epithelial cancer.” Emory Undergraduate Research Journal,
Barik T, Samant R. “Nuclear transport and localization
of MRJ.” National Science Foundation-Research Experiences for Undergraduates
Booklet, Summer 2007.
Barik, T. (April 2008). Isolation
and identification of proteins interacting with KLF5 transcription factor
complex in human epithelial cancer. Emory University Biology Undergraduate
Research Symposium, Atlanta, Ga.
Barik, T. (July 2007). Nuclear
transport and localization of MRJ. Presented at NSF-REU, University of
South Alabama College of Medicine, Mobile, Ala.
We Are Emory 100 Community Builders Award, 2009-2010.
Mu Phi Epsilon Music Honor Society.
National Residence Hall Honorary.