Research Areas

Methodological work ⚙️Applications 🔬
Global causal inferenceDescriptive representation
Research designPolitical economy
Computational text analysisSocial movements & globalization
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Academic Background

Primary affiliation: Assistant Professor in the Department of Government at the University of Texas at Austin

Visiting affiliation: Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Government at Harvard University

Consulting role: Institute for Health Metrics & Evaluation (IHME), University of Washington

Ph.D., Government, Harvard (2021)

A.M., Statistics, Harvard (2020)

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  • September 16 – Presenting “Detecting and Characterizing Latent Influence Dynamics in Social Science Data Using Machine Learning” at the Harvard Applied Statistics Workshop
  • September 13 – Presenting “Detecting and Characterizing Latent Influence Dynamics in Social Science Data Using Machine Learning” at APSA
  • July 14 – Presenting “Detecting and Characterizing Latent Influence Dynamics in Social Science Data Using Machine Learning” at PolMeth XXXVII
  • May 28 – Received an A.M. in Statistics from Harvard University
  • May 4 – The paper, “The impact of a transportation intervention on electoral politics: Evidence from E-ZPass”, published in Research in Transportation Economics [PDF] [Boston Globe Write-up]

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