I am a Neukom Postdoctoral Fellow in the departments of mathematics and sociology. My research focuses on the dynamics of human behavior and in particular, the effects that different forms of heterogeneity have on these dynamics. I use a combination of mathematical modeling (including evolutionary game theory and opinion dynamics models), computational simulations, and data collection and analysis. I employ these methods to study group-structured populations and the interplay between behavior, personality, group memberships, and interactions, with applications to the evolution of cooperation, social integration, and polarization. Before coming to Dartmouth, I received my Ph.D. in Quantitative and Computational Biology from Princeton, and my B.A. in Mathematics from NYU.