About me


I am a Ph.D. student in Statistics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where I am co-advised by Shankar Bhamidi and J.S. Marron. The focus of my research is on network science and high dimensional classification.

I am interested in developing new statistical theory driven by applications coming from Law and Neuroscience. My research draws on probability, optimization, machine learning and computer science.

Before coming to North Carolina I studied math and physics at Cornell University where I did research in aerospace engineering, math and biophysics.

I interned at Gamalon Machine Intelligence where I worked on research problems in probabilistic programming.

Currently teaching STOR 390: Introduction to Data Science.