I am currently a research assistant at Northeastern University’s Network Science Institute, advised by Brennan Klein. My research interests broadly surround using complex systems modeling to improve the design of policy interventions. My past research has focused on the impact of uncertainty on optimal interventions in an epidemiology setting. I’m currently interested in developing principled ways of selecting the appropriate scale for these interventions, as well as developing a better empirical understanding of our complex social systems.

I recently completed my master’s in Complex Systems and Data Science at UVM, advised by Jean-Gabriel Young and Laurent Hebert-Dufresne. Before that, I was a developer working on quantum computing software, a math/physics teacher, and a cook.

In my spare time, I love to play the piano (and a little bit of guitar) and go outside.

  • Network science
  • Public policy
  • Bayesian inference
  • Statistical physics
  • Complex systems
  • MS in Complex Systems and Data Science, 2023

    University of Vermont

  • BA in Physics, 2018

    Dartmouth College