Graduate Student, Neag School of Education (Affiliate)
My research interest lies in improving statistical research methodology, e.g. causal inference, longitudinal data analysis, and structural equation modeling, in social and behavioral health. Beginning fall 2016, I will work with Dr. Huedo-Medina on a nutrition study on the health benefit of Mediterranean diet. In the past two years, I have worked on a project studying the effectiveness of public preschools in the State of Connecticut, funded by the CT Department of Education. In the future, I look forward to being more involved in InCHIP projects.
B.A. Statistics, 2011 Mount Holyoke College
B.A. Psychology, 2011 Mount Holyoke College
Ed.M. Human Development and Psychology, Harvard University
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