I am a fifth year PhD student in the Science, Technology and Environmental Policy program at Princeton University. I am currently also a visiting student at UC Berkeley working at the Global Policy Lab and took part in the inaugural summer workshop in climate change economics. Prior to starting Princeton I completed a masters in Applied Mathematics at the University of Cambridge, UK and hold an undergraduate degree in Physics.
My primary research uses data-driven analysis to quantify causal relationships between the environment and health outcomes. I am also interested in novel methods to predict the future effect of climate change on disease.