About me

I’m an assistant professor at the Wharton Statistics Department. My research centers on several interconnected themes, spanning statistical theory, methodology, and applications. I work on modern genomics applications, which often inspire me to consider methodological and theoretical problems in the following domains:

I covered several recent research interests at a recent talk at the Selective Inference Seminar (recording).

I greatly enjoy teaching and mentoring, and am actively seeking PhD students. Please reach out to me if you’re interested!