I'm a 5th year Ph.D. student in the Stanford Department of Statistics advised by Emmanuel Candès. I develop methods for high-dimensional statistical inference am particularly interested in false discovery rate control and variable selection. These methodological interests have been shaped by my more applied work in genomics and cancer proteomics. I am currently supported by a generous Ric Weiland Graduate Fellowship

Before my Ph.D., I completed my undergraduate studies in statistics and mathematics at Harvard University, and then lived abroad teaching mathematics at NYU Shanghai. In my spare time, I enjoy triathlons, sailing, hiking, and reading speculative fiction novels.