Hello and welcome! I am an assistant professor at Texas A&M University and former postdoctoral fellow at Johns Hopkins University. I received my Ph.D. from the University of California, San Diego, in 2019.

As a behavioral economist, I am interested in how people make choices. My primary interests lie within decision theory. In my research, I explore how agents make choices under risk and time through experiments. My recent work assesses whether results generalize when increasing stakes and sample sizes, and to more seasoned decision-makers, agricultural producers. My aim is to address typical external validity concerns for laboratory experiments.

My CV can be found here.