I am an incoming Ph.D. student in the Decision, Risk, and Operations division of Columbia Business School. Before joining Columbia, I was an NBER Term Research Assistant and Postgraduate Visiting Fellow at Yale University’s Economics Department.
My research interests lie at the intersection of statistical inference and decision-making. I am particularly interested in developing robust nonparametric methodologies for causal inference. I am especially concerned with the application of these methods to settings in which standard assumptions fail, such as in models of networks.