ABOUT ME
I am a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Washington University in St. Louis, where I study urban land use policy, computational research methods, and public health. I recently completed my PhD in Political Science at the University of Michigan.
I study how city governments provide (or fail to provide) their residents with public goods, affordable housing, and conditions favorable to health and safety. Much of my research employs computational methods like agent-based modeling and machine learning. You can find a gallery of my work here.