I am an Associate Research Scientist in the Department of Psychiatry at Yale University School of Medicine where I serve as a methodologist and data analyst on studies evaluating the efficacy of behavioral interventions for individuals with co-occurring substance use and psychiatric disorders.
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My recent work has focused on risk taking and impulsivity, and on methods for modeling incomplete data.
My other areas of research interest include methodological issues related to the analysis of longitudinal and hierarchically-structured data, and the use of these methods to answer substantive questions in education and psychology.
Personally, I enjoy running, playing piano, reading, and watching my kids do things that amuse and impress me.