This page is a brief outline of my path to (bio)statistics and of my undergraduate and master’s studies. For a quick outline of my experience rather than my rambling long-form writing, see my Education and Experience pages.


I received both my Bachelor's of Science in Neuroscience and my Master's of Science in Biostatistics from the University of Pittsburgh. While studying neuroscience, I worked as a student research assistant in a lab studying the long-term outcome of individuals with moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury. After finishing my undergraduate studies, I worked full-time for the same research group as a Data Analyst. While working as an analyst, I began my master's studies in August 2019, graduating with my Master's in Biostatistics in December 2020.