I'm a PhD student in statistics with primary research interests in data visualization and exploratory data analysis. More specifically, my doctoral research focused on three main topics: using recursive binning of ranks to measure association, the patterns of sensitivity and power for pooled p-values adjusting for multiple testing, and genomics. Besides that, I have a passion for the application of statistics to real problems and helping others to find the story in their data. This site provides an overview of my projects and experience.

A more complete catalogue of my work can be found on my GitHub account, where you can also find the code used for each project in full. In some cases, the data used is privileged and private and is not displayed or available for use, but in all others compressed data versions are availabe as well.

Occasionally I write, and this work can be found on my Medium page.