I am an Assistant Professor of Quantitative Methods and Modeling at McGill University. My research focuses on the development, computer programming, and testing of latent variable models and related statistical methods, spanning across item response theory, structural equation modeling, and multilevel modeling. This research is envisioned as having broad applications across psychology and other social science disciplines (e.g., education, sociology, health outcomes).
Postdoctoral Fellow in Advanced Quantitative Methods, 2012-2015
University of California, Los Angeles
PhD in Psychology (Minor in Quantitative Methods), 2012
University of British Columbia
BSc in Psychology and Southeast Asian Studies (Comprehensive Honors), 2005
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Interested in Psychometrics and Quantitative Methods?
Graduate student applications for the PhD program in psychology and requests from undergraduates who wish to be involved in research will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Experience in computer programming and/or coursework in math/statistics is desirable. I am also happy to entertain potential collaborations from researchers in related fields (biostatistics, statistics, educational measurement). See the page on Research for papers/topics that form the basis of my research program.