I received my PhD in biostatistics from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health where I worked with Kasper Daniel Hansen on statistical methodology for high-throughput biology and with Jeff Leek and Leah Jager on understanding the role of human behavior in data analysis.
I will be starting as an Assistant Professor at Macalester College in the Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science in Fall 2018.
My last name is pronounced mee-int. A common mispronunciation that is quite understandable given the spelling is my-int. While this can be amusing from a computer science perspective, it is, nevertheless, incorrect!
PhD in Biostatistics, 2018
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
BS in Biomedical Engineering, Applied Mathematics & Statistics, 2013
Johns Hopkins University
I will be teaching the following courses at Macalester for the 2018-9 academic year.
I am an avid Dungeons and Dragons player and game enthusiast, and I love finding ways to bring coding and analysis into these beloved hobbies of mine. As a result, I have a few side projects devoted entirely to fun!