In 2006 I graduated from City University of New York, Brooklyn College with a major in Political Science. Then I worked for one year at Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Baking Corporation (USA) in New York City. In 2010, I obtained a MS in Statistics from Stanford University. In 2014, I obtained a PhD in Applied Math-ematics from Oklahoma State University under the supervision of Professor Jiahong Wu. From 2014 - 2016, I worked as a postdoctoral research associate at Washington State University under the mentorship of Professor Charles Moore. From August 2016, I have been a visiting assistant professor at the University of Rochester under the mentorship of Professor Dan Geba.
My research interests involve applications of functional, harmonic and stochas-tic analysis tools in partial differential equations of fluid mechanics, biology, and finance.