I received my PhD from Brown University in 2012. My dissertation was on independence of Heegner points on elliptic curves. In the recent years my research interests has shifted towards machine learning and data science. As a result I pursued a master's degree in Statistics from London School of Economics in 2015. Before joining UMD I worked in public sector as a policy officer, and in private sector as a quantitative researcher.
At UMD I have taught Stat400, Stat401 and Stat464.