Jonathan is a M.S. candidate in the Department of Statistical Science. His interests include computing, study design, and model development methods. Jonathan is interested in applying statistics to a wide array of problems in biomedical research and public health. His most recent projects involve the development of prognostic models for infectious diseases with faculty in the Duke Center for HIV/AIDS Research, and learning more about causal inference from observational data.
Jonathan earned his B.S. in Applied Economics & Management from Cornell University in 2016, and worked in the financial industry before coming to Duke.