I am an American PhD student supervised by Zoubin Ghahramani. Before coming to Cambridge, I obtained an MA in Statistics from Yale University where I was supervised by Andrew R. Barron and Sekhar Tatikonda. I obtained a BA in Mathematics from the University of Virginia, and I have also taken Part III of the Maths Tripos here in Cambridge prior to joining the lab. I am the current Stephen Thomas Scholar at Queens’ College, funded via the Cambridge Trusts.
My research has so far focused on studying random discrete structures: subsets, multisets, trees, graphs. I am currently working on representation theorems for some random combinatorial stochastic processes of interest to the machine learning community.