I am an Assistant Professor in Biostatistics at the University of Washington, Seattle.

Previously, I was a Research Associate at the Statistical Laboratory of University of Cambridge and a Richard M. Karp research fellow at the Simons Institute. Prior to that, I earned my PhD in Statistics in Seattle.

Below are a few topics that I am interested in:

  • Replicable data analysis: randomized procedures and derandomization, “hunt and test”, data splitting;
  • Statistical foundations of causal inference: graphical models, nonparametric and semiparametric methods;
  • Honest & flexible uncertainty quantification: model selection, irregularity, finite sample guarantees, empirical Bayes.