Research

I am particularly enthused by recent developments in the area of causal inference and machine learning, and my research is at the intersection of economic theory, statistics, and machine learning in the health policy space. My thesis work is on proposing and testing heterogeneous effect sub-groups using observational data in conjunction with experimental data.

Another strand of research I am pursuing involves using matching methods to study race-ethnic disparities in education settings.

For details on my research, please refer to my CV.