I'm a postdoc at the Golub Capital Social Impact Lab, which is led by Susan Athey at Stanford GSB. Here, my work focuses on the design and analysis of adaptive experiments, such as multi-armed bandits and contextual bandits. I'm also a collaborator on the R package grf. I hold a PhD in Economics from Boston College, where I studied demand estimation and organ exchange with Stefan Hoderlein, Arthur Lewbel and Utku Ünver.
GRFCausal inference based on generalized random forests. (R/C++ package)
sufrepEncoding categorical variables as continuous to ML algorithms via sufficient representations. (R package)