About Me

I’m an incoming PhD student in statistics at Northwestern University. Previously, I earned my M.S. in statistics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. My masters research focuses on Bayesian regression approaches to network regression with applications to networks generated from microbiome phylogenetic distances. I’m also interested in computational statistics, especially as it relates to tree and network analysis. I grew up in southeastern Michigan and earned my B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Michigan in 2018. Before I started graduate school I worked as a software developer at a large electronic medical records company doing application development for laboratories. I also like modeling, data visualization, and niche application development.

In my free time I like to bike, play softball, and take pictures of birds.