Research Experience


Research Biostatistician II

Weill Cornell Medicine

Aug 2018 – Present New York, NY

My primary collaboration is with pulmonologists and intensivists in WCM’s Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine. Our research covers chronic illnesses such as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease as well as acute-onset critical illnesses such as sepsis, Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome, and in recent months, COVID-19.

I served as the Teaching Assistant for Data Science I in Fall 2019, Biostatistics II in Winter 2019, and Modern Methods for Causal Inference in Summer 2019 and 2020 and have contributed multiple talks to our WCM Biostatistics Computing Club.


Graduate Student Research Assistant

University of Michigan

Sep 2016 – Apr 2018 Ann Arbor, Michigan
My research time during graduate school was split between Dr. Peter Song’s Biostatistics Lab, Dr. Jeffrey Kidd’s Computational Biology Lab, and Dr. Monica Dus’ Neuroscience and Epigenetics Lab.

Recent Blog Posts

Why use one machine learning algorithm when you could use all of them?! This post contains a step-by-step walkthrough of how to build a …

In non-coronavirus times, I am the biostatistician for a team of NYC pulmonologists and intensivists. When the pandemic hit NYC in …

TL;DR If you’re ever felt limited by correlogram packages in R, this post will show you how to write your own function to tidy the …

TL;DR You can a regress an outcome on a grouping variable plus any other variable(s) and the unadjusted and adjusted group means will …

I am a biostatistician at a research university, and I often find myself working with longitudinal survival data. As with any data …

Recent Posters & Presentations

ASA Joint Statistical Meeting 2020

Using sl3 to build ensemble learning models in R

An introduction to coding power simulations in R


Discovering Biostatistics and its Broad Applications