I am currently a 4th year PhD candidate in the Joint Statistics and Machine Learning PhD Program at Carnegie Mellon University advised by Rob Kass and Cosma Shalizi

My studies have been partially funded by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada.

I hold a MSc in Statistics from University of British Columbia (under 
Alexandre Bouchard-Côté), and a BScH in Mathematics and Statistics from Acadia University (under Pritam Ranjan and Franklin Mendivil).

For a summary of my current and past research projects, see my research page.

Recent News (Updated November 2018):

November 2018: Our paper Latent Print Processing of Glassine Stamp Bags Containing Suspected Heroin: The Search for an Efficient and Safe Method was published in the Journal of Forensic Identification. This was a collaboration between myself, Jay Kadane, and the Allegheny County Office of the Medical Examiner.