I am a fifth year doctoral student in global health economics at Harvard. My academic and research interests are broadly in development economics, health, econometrics and quantitative methods, and demography.
Prior to coming to Harvard, I was a policy analyst at the Population Reference Bureau (PRB) in Washington, DC. At PRB, I contributed to several dissemination and research activities and provide technical assistance to initiatives associated with the Population and Poverty (PopPov) research network.
In July 2017, I will be joining the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University as an Assistant Professor of Global Development Policy.
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