I am a 3rd-year PhD student and National Science Foundation GRFP Fellow in the Department of Psychology at the University of Oregon. My work in the Social and Affective Neuroscience Lab focuses on predicting real-world health behaviors and health outcomes in an effort to advance a precision medicine framework for behavioral health.

I love working with data and constantly strive toward a more open and reproducible workflow. To that end, I am pursuing a Data Science Specialization at UO and currently serve as a lab instructor for the graduate-level Data Analysis Sequence in the Department of Psychology.

As an aspiring data scientist, my goal is to implement my skills as a researcher in an applied industry setting focused on supporting health and wellness across the lifespan.


  • Data science & statistics
  • Predictive modeling
  • R programming
  • Health behavior change
  • Precision medicine
  • Personality and health


  • PhD - Psychology, expected 2022

    University of Oregon

  • MS - Psychology, 2019

    University of Oregon

  • BA - Neuroscience, 2015

    Middlebury College

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