I am a social epidemiologist at the NYU School of Medicine Department of Population Health. In 2018, I graduated from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health with a Doctor of Science in Social and Behavioral Sciences. My work examines the ways in which structural racism and economic inequality influence population health, particularly in regard to interpersonal and state violence. To date, my published research has focused on:

  • Monitoring police violence with injury and mortality data
  • Examining associations between various health outcomes and economic/racial residential segregation
  • Using multilevel models and census-derived variables to analyze population-based health data