About me

I am a Ph.D. candidate in sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and also hold a master’s degree in statistics from the same university. I am interested in developing and applying rigorous and impactful tools in statistics. My methodological interests lie in causal inference, particularly mediation/longitudinal estimands and causal machine learning. My substantive areas of focus include social stratification and mobility, the sociology of education, and health disparities.

You can find my academic CV here. And here’s my industry resume.

New working papers:
Nonparametric Causal Decomposition of Group Disparities
Counterfactual Slope and Its Applications to Social Stratification