About

I am a Quantitative Analyst in the Data Science group at Verily Life Sciences (formerly Google Life Sciences) in our Cambridge MA office. In my role, I work on statistical problems in the healthcare world. In particular I focus on modeling medication adherence and understanding interventions to help patients increase their adherence levels.

My first love will always be applying statistics and data science to the healthcare world, but I am always open to consulting opportunities with teams or other sports organizations. I am particularly interested in the intersection of healthcare and sports.

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

My dissertation work is/was in the field of causal inference and missing data – developing methods to infer causal relationships, often from observational data where not all variables are observed for all subjects.

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 particularly love the Golden State Warriors and Boston Red Sox.

All views and opinions posted here are my own.