About

I am a Statistics Ph.D. student at Carnegie Mellon University, advised by Max G’Sell and Chris Genovese. I graduated from Pomona College in 2016 with a B.A. in Mathematics, advised by Jo Hardin.

I am interested in sequential analysis, the careful application of statistics and machine learning to biology and medicine, and statistical education and pedagogy. With Max G’Sell I am working on sequential changepoint detection for classification data, and with Chris Genovese I am working on detecting changes in EEG data. I am part of the Teaching Statistics Group at Carnegie Mellon, involved in projects on understanding how students think about statistics.

My CV can be found here (last updated September 2020).