PhD student in statistics at the University of Washington in Seattle; currently working on selective inference with Daniela Witten.

Previously a Fulbright scholar with Bernhard Schölkopf at the Max Planck Empirical Inference Department, and researcher for Joshua Vogelstein in the NeuroData Lab. M.S.E in Biomedical Data Science and B.S. in Applied Mathematics & Statistics from Johns Hopkins University.

My work has focused on causal discovery, random forests, network science, longitudinal hypothesis testing for neuroscience, and open source software development.

Otherwise preoccupied with running, climbing, swing dancing, board games, ultimate frisbee, reading, and traveling.