I received a Ph.D. in mathematics from Rice University, with research in knot and link concordance, satellite constructions, and 4-dimensional manifolds, particularly in the topological setting. Before coming to Stanford, I also worked as the Mathematics Collection Development assistant at Rice's Fondren Library. I assisted with the selection and acquisition of new books, as well as the weeding of of damaged and outdated books in the collection. Additionally, I contributed to our online research guides, particularly on the history of math, as well as AI and its relationship to accessibility. I also helped to run workshops for students on LaTeX and Overleaf.

Education & Certifications

  • Ph.D., Rice University, Mathematics (2024)
  • M.S., University of Chicago, Mathematics (2019)