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Data Science Manager at Yale School of Public Health, New Haven, CT, 2018-Present.

  • I built a data analysis pipeline in Python from scratch to study Medicaid claims data and Medicaid managed care markets in several states. I'm the principal analyst on several research projects and I am in charge of the database organization, version control, and overseeing the progress of a small team of researchers.

Graduate Student Researcher at Yale University Physics Department, New Haven, CT, 2011-2017.

  • I studied the superconducting persistent current in nanometer-scale aluminum rings. I used Python to analyze experimental data to test predictions of physics. I presented my results at research conferences and in published papers.

Graduate Teaching Fellow at Yale University Physics Department, New Haven, CT, 2011-2017.

  • I led introductory physics lecture discussions and laboratory classes for 14 semesters. For 6 semesters, I taught introductory physics under the flipped classroom model, where I helped groups of students collaboratively solve problems in class.



  • I have extensive experience with the Python Standard Library and data analyis and visualization libraries like pandas, NumPy, SciPy, statsmodels, matplotlib, and seaborn.

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Strong: Stata, Git

Familiar: R, SQL, Mathematica


. Deterministic phase slips in mesoscopic superconducting rings. Nature Communications, 2016.


. Fabrication and characterization of large arrays of mesoscopic gold rings on large-aspect-ratio cantilevers. Review of Scientific Instruments, 2014.


. Numerical simulations of the ionosphere of Mars during a solar flare. J. Geophys. Res., 2012.


. Modeling Mars' ionosphere with constraints from same-day observations by Mars Global Surveyor and Mars Express. J. Geophys. Res., 2011.