I am currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Biostatistics at The Harvard T.H Chan School of Public Health. My primary research program revolves around developing statistical methodology to address problems in environmental health and comparative effectiveness research. Current research projects include: methods to adjust for high dimensional and nonlinear confounding; model averaging to improve estimation in clinical trials; combining heterogenous data sources to adjust for confounding in administrative data; statistical approaches to analyzing high dimensional metabolomic data; and estimating the health effects of chemical mixtures.
I am primarily working with Dr. Francesca Dominici and Dr. Brent Coull. I received my PhD from Harvard University in 2015 in the Department of Biostatistics. Prior to Harvard, I majored in statistics at the University of Florida where I graduated in 2011.