I am an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Indiana University. My research demonstrates the relevance of network theories and methods for sociological inquiry in a variety of substantive areas in the field of health, politics, and network science. I use diverse strategies (agent-based simulations, causal inference, network analysis) as well as the best available data from a wide range of sources (administrative records, experiments, social media data, surveys). My work has appeared in the American Journal of Sociology, Social Forces, Proceedings of National Academy of Science, Network Science, and several other outlets.
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PhD in Sociology, 2018
MA in Sociology, 2014
MA in Sociology, 2012
BA in Business Administration, 2009