Hello! I am a postdoc working with Dr. Anusha Vable on projects that investigate the role of population-wide policies on impacting later life cognitive outcomes. I am interested in evaluating the impact of large scale policies, investigating the role of environmental exposures in affecting health outcomes throughout the life course, and econometric and epidemiological methods for causal inference.
I recently completed my Ph.D. in Population Health Sciences from Harvard University. My dissertation focused on the role of social and environmental exposures in affecting pregnancy and infant health outcomes. I have a BA in Political Science and Mathematics from Williams College and a MSc in Global Health and Population from the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health. In between my BA and MSc degrees, I worked in South Africa as a researcher investigating the role of cash transfer programs in impacting poverty and inequality outcomes.