About Me

I’m currently a NANOGrav Physics Frontier Center (PFC) postdoctoral fellow employed by WVU but working and living in the Research Triangle area of NC. I am also a visiting postdoctoral scholar at NC State in the Statistics department.

My research is primarily focused on the development of Bayesian data analysis techniques for pulsar timing array science including gravitational wave detection, noise characterization, non-linear timing, and interstellar medium characterization.

I’m also very interested in machine learning and data science and strive to pursue projects and learn more in those areas.

My full resume is available here.