I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at University of Oslo. I am involved with the Immunolingo Project, an exciting interdisciplinary collaboration between immunology, machine learning, statistics, and linguistics. My PI is Dag Haug.

I have received my PhD in Linguistics from University of Delaware in 2020. My main interests are Syntax, Typology, and Computational/Mathematical Linguistics. My narrower interests revolve around negation, the typology of NPI-licensing, and using computational and mathematical approaches to model linguistic structures. While I am not currently maintaining an active research program, I am always up for discussing any of these topics. You can see more details about my past research projects under Research.

In my free time, I love tinkering with my website and my LaTeX files, and I am happy to help anyone who has LaTeX questions. See LaTeX for some useful links. To learn about other non-academic related interests, my favorite links should give you some idea.


Ph.D. in Linguistics, University of Delaware. (2020)
M.A. in Linguistics, University of Delaware. (2014)
B.A. in Psychology and concentration in Linguistics, Grinnell College. (2013)