I am a biostatistician at Meta and enjoy clinical development.

Before joining Meta, I worked as a statistician at Merck. My focus is on using R to fill process, technical and training gaps for clinical trial analysis, reporting, and submission with a group of talented members within Merck and across the pharmaceutical industry. Our recommendations are summarized in https://r4csr.org/.

My current research interests include statistical methods for study design, missing data, and survival analysis.

I earned my PhD degree in biostatistics from New York University. My thesis focused on developing statistical methods to evaluate prognostic accuracy in survival analysis and longitudinal microbiome data, advised by Yongzhao Shao and Huilin Li.