I’m a 4th year PhD student at Princeton University, working on various aspects of mathematical modeling of infectious diseases. I have mainly worked on problems related to generation and serial intervals throughout the pandemic. We developed theory for relating two intervals and have started applying the theory to understand transmission dynamics of the original wildtype variant as well as more recent variants.
Moving forward, I hope to apply our theoretical findings to developing accessible tools for future outbreak analyses. In particular, I’m broadly interested in developing methods for combining different sources of information (e.g., case data, interval data, and viral load data) in a single inferential framework.
You can find more about my work here.