Research Area: Health Policy

I develop computational models to improve decision-making in healthcare. Specifically, I utilize complex networks, machine learning, data analytics, and economic modeling in my methodology. Applications include emerging, zoonotic, neglected, and sexually transmitted communicable infectious diseases that pose a risk as a result of naturally occurring emergence or biological attack.

Honors & Awards

  • Charles and Katherine Lin Fellowship, Department of Management Science & Engineering, Stanford University (July 2019)
  • Lee B. Lusted Student Prize in Health Services, Outcomes, and Policy Research, Society for Medical Decision Making (October 2019)
  • Excellence in Undergraduate Research Award, Purdue Policy Research Institute (May 2017)

Education & Certifications

  • BS, Purdue University, Industrial Engineering

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