I am an Assistant Professor in Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Maine. Previously, I was an 1851 Research Fellow working with Ruth Baker in the Mathematical Institute at the University of Oxford. I completed my PhD in Mathematics at MIT under the supervision of Jörn Dunkel.

Building on my background in physics and applied math, my doctoral research combined active fluids with network theory. Currently, I work developing mathematical and statistical methods related to single-cell sequencing, particularly using the theory of optimal transport.

For more information, visit the Research page for short highlights or the Publications page for links to published work. Course materials for my classes are on the Teaching page.