A bit about me

Prior to arriving in Austin, I was an NSF postdoctoral fellow from 2005-2009 at Stanford, with a year's stint as a member at the Institute for Advanced Study in 2007-2008.

Before that, I was a graduate student in at the University of Chicago, where I finished a Ph.D. in 2005 under the supervision of Peter May and Michael Mandell.

And even earlier, I worked at HotDispatch (yes, that was really the name).

I work primarily in homotopy theory and algebraic topology, with a particular focus on algebraic K-theory (and related objects). I'm also interested in equivariant stable homotopy theory.

A list of my pure math papers is available here.

I am an editor for the Journal of Topology and an associate editor for Advances in Mathematics.

I am also interested in applications of algebraic topology to data analysis, notably for studying cancer genomics. I am a member of the Center for topology of cancer evolution and heterogeneity based at Columbia.

A current copy of my CV is here.