I am a Senior Postdoctoral Fellow in Computational Social Science at the University of Oxford mentored by Ridhi Kashyap. I completed my Ph.D. in Demography at UC Berkeley advised by Dennis Feehan and Joshua R. Goldstein.
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
Nov. 2023: New publication — CenSoc: Public Linked Administrative Mortality Records for Individual-level Research.
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]