I am an assistant professor at the the Statistics Department at Ohio State University. I am affliated with The College of Public Heath and the Translational Data Analytics Institute at the Ohio State University.

I received my Ph.D. training in Biostatistics with Dr. Forrest W. Crawford, at the School of Public Health at Yale University. I received my postdoc training with Dr. Linda Valeri at the Mailman School of Public Health, Department of Biostatistics at Columbia University.

My research is devoted to addressing statistical challenges and methodological problems in causal inference, missing data, mediation analysis, and machine learning. My work covers applications in intervention evaluation and trial design for outcomes subject to interference (e.g. infectious disease), as well as the analysis of multivariate time series of digital data from mobile devices.

Here are my CV and Research statement.