B.A. Middlebury College (2011)
M.Phil. Yale University (2014)
I am a recent PhD graduate (May 2016) from FES advised by Professor Michelle L. Bell. My primary research interest is Environmental Health. More specifically, I am interested in the potential impacts of air pollution and climate change on human health. My dissertation research is on present-day and future air pollution from wildfires, its health effect, and the resulting environmental justice issues.
I was a teaching fellow for a few statistics courses at both undergraduate and graduate levels. In my spare time I work at the Yale Statistical Laboratory as a statistical consultant and instructor. My current and past courses include GIS workshops, introduction to R, intermediate R, Advanced Excel, and introduction to SAS. I am also a graduate affiliate at Davenport College at Yale, which involves adivising undergraduate students interested in applying to graduate schools.
My personal website can be found here.