I am currently a graduate student in the Department of Biostatistics at Vanderbilt University. I graduated from the University of Alabama — Tuscaloosa in 2017 with a BS in Mathematical Statistics & a minor in Biology. Roll Tide!
My research interests lie at the intersection of statistics, health policy, and data science. Currently, I aim to increase my knowledge of “big data” computation methods and spatial statistics techniques to explore cellular imaging and neuroimaging data. Some of my other interests include R and Shiny (this website was made using R and blogdown), geospatial statistics, and my two-year old son. I’m active on Twitter, especially in the #SciPol community, so feel free to reach out!
PhD Student in Biostatistics
BS in Mathematical Statistics, 2017
University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa
Replicated published anonymization method and explored its implementation with geographically weighted regression
Designed and executed stability study for over 45 drugs and metabolites in the oral fluid matrix
Contributed data analysis, programming, & research skills to multiple campaigns for the 2018 election cycle
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