About

I study population genomics.  I am a fellow at the Simons Society of Fellows and a Postdoc with Molly Przeworski at Columbia University.

My research is geared towards inferring the maps between genotype and complex traits, with a focus on the role of the environment in mediating these maps.  Ultimately, I aim to understand how evolutionary processes (such as mutation, recombination, genetic drift and natural selection) shape extant genotype-phenotype maps and patterns of variation.

My CV can be found here.  For a some detail about my background and Ph.D. work with Jonathan Pritchard, read this interview with Stanford CEHG.