I received my PhD in Biostatistics from Harvard University in May of 2017.

My dissertation work is/was in the field of causal inference – developing methods to infer causal relationships, often from observational data.

My passion for statistics translates to sports analytics, especially regarding coaching decisions, how individual play-styles change over the course of a game, and trying to understand injuries.

I am from the San Francisco Bay Area but with family and school ties to Boston. As such my favorite teams tend to hail from those two areas.

I will be starting as a Quantitative Analyst at Verily (formerly Google Life Sciences) in August of 2017 though I am always open to consulting opportunities with teams or other sports organizations.

All views and opinions posted here are my own.