My research develops and applies computational and demographic methods to examine questions in population health. In one line of research, I investigate mortality disparities and dynamics in the United States using large-scale administrative data. In a second line of research, I develop and apply network-based methods to sample hard-to-reach populations and estimate mortality rates in humanitarian emergencies.
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PhD, Demography, 2023
MA, Biostatistics, 2021
BA, Economics, 2016
Jul. 2023: I am delighted to have joined the Leverhulme Centre for Demographic Science at the University of Oxford as a Senior Postdoctoral Scholar in Computational Social Science. (Mentor: Ridhi Kashyap)
Feb. 2023: New publication — Mortality Modeling of Partially Observed Cohorts Using Administrative Death Records
Apr. 2023: Talk at PAA 2023 in the session “Flash: Socioeconomic Inequalities in Mortality.” [Slides]
Apr. 2023: Talk at PAA 2023 in the session “Flash: Open Science in Demography and Population Studies” [Slides]
Feb. 2023: New publication — Late‑Life Changes in Ethnoracial Self‑identification: Evidence from Social Security Administrative Data