I am a rising third year PhD student in Management Science & Engineering at Stanford University. I am advised by Professor Guido Imbens, and I work on causal inference issues such as interference on digital platforms.
Before doctoral work
Before this, I was conducting observational studies, crowdsourced experiments, and laboratory experiments to (1) build advertising products for web search, (2) develop human-computer interaction technology (e.g. Explainable AI), and (3) elucidate neurobiological mechanisms.
I was simultaneously a full time MS student in Applied Statistics for Social Science Research at New York University and a full time Research Intern in the Computational Social Science group at Microsoft Research. During some of that time, I was also a part time Research Technician working on Explainable Artificial Intelligence in the Cognitive and Data Science Lab at Rutgers University—Newark.