Hi! I’m a biostatistics PhD student at Harvard University, advised by Rachel Nethery and Giovanni Parmigiani. My research focuses on developing methods for causal inference when data is collected from multiple sources subject to different potential biases (e.g. hospital networks). I also work with Marie-Abele Bind on developing methods for external control trials in ALS research.
Before grad school, I did my undergrad at Colby College in Waterville, Maine. After graduating, I spent three years working as a research assistant at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
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