I am an assistant professor of statistical science at Duke University. I frequently find myself studying fundamental properties of different statistical concepts and am broadly interested in network analysis, causal inference and computational constraints of statistical methods.

I help run the New Researchers Group at the Institute of Mathematical Statistics which coordinates the Meeting of New Researchers in Statistics and Probability.

Network of male-male friendships in an school colored by student grade levels with in and outdegree distributions.
Network of male-male friendships in an school colored by student grade levels with in and outdegree distributions.