I am a Simons Postdoctoral Fellow in Mathematical Biology at the University of Pennsylvania, working with Yoichiro Mori and Joshua Plotkin. I received a PhD in Applied and Computational Mathematics from Princeton University, where I was advised by Simon Levin.

My research primarily consists of using PDEs, dynamical systems, and stochastic processes to study the dynamics of populations. Recently, I have been focusing on models of multilevel selection and evolutionary game theory, as well as exploring collective behavior and pattern formation in ecological and social systems.