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I have just completed my physics Ph.D. at the University of Arizona. My Ph.D. dissertation research involved novel methods of machine learning and statistics.

I have also enjoyed several Ph.D. level finance courses in asset pricing and corporate finance. These required programming in SAS, Matlab, VBA, and Python to analyze data from COMPUSTAT, CRSP, SDC, EDGAR, and other databases.

My teaching and leadership experience include writing a ~300 page laboratory manual for introductory electricity and magnetism students (3rd edition now in use), and co-administering the NSF-funded physics summer REU program for non-traditional community college students for five years.