I am currently pursuing PhD in Biostatistics at Emory University. Previously I worked as a statistician for Bozeman Disease Ecology Lab where we studied viral spillover from bats to susceptible populations. My research interests involve Bayesian statistics with a focus on spatio-temporal data, machine learning, and data integration methods for viral surveillance. I also have experience providing general data science support through data visualization, SQL database design and management, and the building of web based applications.


  • Bayesian Statistics
  • Spatio-Temporal Data Analysis
  • Machine Learning
  • Data Integration


  • PhD in Biostatistics, 2025

    Emory University

  • MS in Statistics, 2019

    Montana State University

  • BA in Mathematics & Economics, 2015

    University of California, Santa Cruz