I am currently a PhD student in the Joint Statistics and Machine Learning PhD Program at Carnegie Mellon University. My studies are 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:

December 2017: I presented my poster "Faster Inference for Gaussian Latent Position Models" at the O-Bayes 2017 Conference in Austin, Texas

September 2017: I spoke about "Modeling the distribution of randomly acquired characteristics in footwear evidence" as part of a special session remembering Steve Fienberg at ICFIS 2017 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

June 2017: I gave a talk entitled "Sparse Projective Latent Space Models" as part of the satellite session Statistical Inference for Network Models at Netsci 2017 in Indianapolis, Indiana