I'm a fifth-year Ph.D. student in the
Department of Statistics at the
University of Michigan.
I am a fifth-year Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Statistics at the University of Michigan, working with Daniel Almirall, Ph.D. I'm a member of the Data Science for Dynamic Intervention Decision-Making Lab at the University of Michigan's Institute for Social Research.
Previously, I worked with Susan A. Murphy, Ph.D. on design and analysis methods for micro-randomized trials in the setting of mobile health interventions, and Kelley M. Kidwell, Ph.D. in the Department of Biostatistics at Michigan. Work with Dr. Kidwell involved sample size calculation for sequential, multiple-assignment, randomized trials with binary outcomes, and collaboration on several projects with clinicians in the University of Michigan Cancer Center. My cancer-related work was done as a trainee on an NIH-funded training grant for cancer biostatistics (NIH 5T32CA083654-12, P.I. Jeremy M.G. Taylor, Ph.D.).
As an undergraduate at the University of Notre Dame, I worked with Seth N. Brown, Ph.D. on kinetics of reduction-oxidation reactions involving molybdenum complexes. I wrote my undergraduate thesis on Shannon entropy and its applications in combinatorics under the direction of David Galvin, Ph.D.
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