** About me.** I am currently a Statistics PhD candidate at the University of California, Berkeley. I am a member of the Statistical AI Lab (SAIL), work in the AMPLab in EECS, and am advised by Mike Jordan.

I am joining the EECS Department at MIT as an assistant professor in January 2015. You can find a short bio here.

**Research.** I work in the areas of machine learning and statistics. I am particularly interested in Bayesian statistics and graphical models—with an emphasis on scalable, nonparametric, and unsupervised learning.

**Education.**

*PhD in Statistics*, 2014, UC Berkeley [NSF GRFP, Berkeley Fellowship]*MS in Computer Science*, 2013, UC Berkeley [NSF GRFP]*MPhil in Physics, by research*, 2009, University of Cambridge [Marshall Scholarship]*Master of Advanced Study in Mathematics (Part III of the Tripos)*, 2008, University of Cambridge [Marshall Scholarship]*AB in Mathematics*, 2007, Princeton University