I am a third year PhD student in Health Policy with a specialization in Decision Sciences at Stanford University, primarily advised by Doug Owens, Jeremy Goldhaber-Fiebert, and Sherri Rose.

My interests lie in the areas of health policy modeling, data science, and clinical policy interventions as applied to improve chronic disease healthcare delivery.

Prior to Stanford, I graduated from Cornell University with a BA in Statistical Science and a minor in East Asian Studies. I also earned a MS in Information Science for Health Tech from Cornell Tech based in NYC. After my Master’s degree, I worked as a business analyst for the Research Informatics Division at Weill Cornell Medicine.