I’m a computational social scientist pursuing a PhD at the University of Pennsylvania. My research delves into partisanship and its ties to anti-democratic norms and political violence. I use statistical methods ranging from regression to advanced techniques like NLP, XGBoost, and Neural Networks. My doctoral dissertation focuses on the toxicity of political podcasts, utilizing AI tools like Large Language Models, ASR, and NER.


University of Pennsylvania
PhD | Sept 2021 - Present

The Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania
MA in Statistics and Data Science | 2023

University of Amsterdam
MSc in Political Communication | 2021

UC Santa Barbara
BA in Political Science and Psychology | 2014


The Wharton School | Statistics and Data Science Lecturer
July 2022 - Present

University of Pennsylvania | Computational Research Fellow
Sept 2021 - Present