I’m a PhD student in the statistics department at NC State. My advisor, Ryan Martin, and I are developing algorithms to implement ideas around imprecise probability, with applications in topic modeling. My research interests are broad and include the foundations of statistical inference, Bayes and empirical Bayes, and their applications in high-dimensional problems. This summer, I am interning with RStudio, building a R package that helps reduce the size of modeling objects that are saved to disk. Previously, I attended Duke on the Robertson scholarship, graduating in 2013 with a dual degree in engineering and economics.
PhD in Statistics, 2020
North Carolina State University
BS in Biomedical Engineering and Economics, 2013