I am the Senior Lab Manager at Human Behavior Lab and successfully defended my doctoral dissertation on May 7th, 2020.  My doctoral dissertation scrutinized behavioral underpinnings of food choices and was supported by NSF research award.

In general, my research focuses on understanding behavioral aspects of economic decision-making, incorporating biometric process-data into economic models, improving predictions of decision outcomes by utilizing Machine Learning tools, and using applied econometric methods to answer policy-centered empirical questions.  My Google Scholar profile.  Subscribe to my monthly newsletter here! 


NEWS:  We (with Marco A. Palma and Rodolfo M. Nayga) have recently released two working papers about the impact of COVID-19 on social preferences:

Health versus Income Amid COVID-19: What Do People Value More? 

General Public Preferences for Allocating Scarce Medical Resources During COVID-19