Assistant Professor, Department of Statistics, Oregon State University
My research interests include survey sampling methodology, social network analysis, especially network and adaptive sampling techniques for hidden populations.
I also consult on a number of projects for the College of Agricultural Sciences.
My dissertation "Modeling Preferential Recruitment for Respondent-Driven Sampling" was completed in June 2016 under the advisory of Mark Handcock.
I am affiliated with the Hard-to-Reach Population Methods Research Group (HPMRG).
My CV is here (last updated March, 2018).
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