My career has gravitated around the promotion of rational decisions. For more than a decade, I have studied, researched and applied decision science in business and community settings. In all these years, I have learned to be useful for a wide variety of settings:
- Injury and chronic disease prevention.
- Negotiation and conflict resolution.
- Risk communication.
Currently, I am a PhD student in Experimental Medicine at the University of British Columbia. My research interests include the socioeconomic determinants of health, decision making, and child development. In particular, I am interested in understanding how socioeconomic inequality shapes individuals’ choices and risk preferences throughout the lifespan.
I spend my spare time, reading philosophy, playing guitar and singing, hiking, and geeking out.