I am a postdoctoral fellow in the Statistics and Data Science Department of the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania (advised by Dylan Small and Nicholas P. Jewell).
I got my PhD degree from the Biostatistics department in Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (advised by Michael Rosenblum and Brian Caffo).
My research interests are in causal inference, randomized clinical trials, and precision medicine.
My CV is available [here].
- [Oct 2021] Check out our new manuscript “Robustly leveraging the post-randomization information to improve precision in the analyses of randomized clinical trials.”.
- [Sept 2021] Our paper “Model-Robust Inference for Clinical Trials that Improve Precision by Stratified Randomization and Covariate Adjustment” is accepted for publication at Journal of American Statistical Association, Theory and Method Section. Thanks to Michael and my collaborators!
- [Sept 2021] I give an invited talk at the Novartis Statistics Seminar. [Slides]
- [Mar 2021] I am elected to membership of the Phi Beta Kappa Society.
- [Feb 2021] I win the second place in the ASA Biopharmaceutical Section’s student paper competition.
- [Feb 2021] I successfully defend my thesis titled “Statistical Methods for Analyzing Randomized Trials and Brain Imaging Data”. [Slides]
- [Dec 2020] I win the ENAR 2021 distinguished student paper award.