I am a Health Policy Ph.D. candidate specializing in Health Economics. My research interests focus on health system evaluation and the causes of population health improvement. I use a wide range of quantitative tools, from machine learning to quasi-experimental methods for causal inference. My goal is to generate rigorous evidence on effective policies for improving health in resource-constrained settings.
I obtained my Statistics M.S. from Stanford and my B.A. in Economics and Mathematics from Columbia University. Prior to Stanford, I was a research fellow at the University of Washington's Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation.