- Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology
- Core Faculty, Cluster in Advanced Methodologies for the Social, Behavioral, and Health Sciences (AMAP)
My research broadly focuses on (1) gender and sexuality in the labor market, (2) applied statistics and experimental methods, and (3) health behavior/health inequalities. I primarily teach applied statistics and quantitative methods courses.
To learn more about me and my research, the various pages on this site contain:
- My CV