Biography
I am a postdoc in the Department of Statistics at the University of Washington working with Alex Luedtke. My research focuses on causal inference and statistical inference for infinitedimensional parameters, with application to study the efficacy of infectious disease prevention strategies. I am also currently UW Data Science Postdoctoral Fellow and PIMSSimons Postdoctoral Fellow.
I obtained my PhD in Statistical Data Analysis from Ghent University under supervision of Johan Steen, Wim Van Biesen and Stijn Vansteelandt. In my PhD project, I applied methods from causal inference to infer the optimal time to initiate treatment in critically ill patients using observational routinely collected data.
Previously, I graduated with a Mathematics degree from ETH Zurich with a focus on statistical learning theory and mathematical finance. I also worked as a teaching assistant at the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS South Africa) and as an actuary and a data scientist in a consulting company EY.
Research interests
 Causal inference
 Semiparametric theory
 Statistical machine learning
 Applications in medicine
Education

PhD in Statistical Data Analysis, 2023
Ghent University 
MSc in Mathematics, 2015
ETH Zurich 
BSc in Mathematics, 2014
ETH Zurich