My research lies at the intersection of politics and public health, with a focus on social group dynamics. Ongoing dissertation projects examine several aspects of the political response to modern opioid use trends in the United States.


"The Policy Basis of Measured Partisan Animosity in the United States" with Gregory A. Huber
American Journal of Political Science, Summary, Replication Files

"What would delegates do? When and how the delegate paradox affects estimates of ideological congruence" with Matthew H. Graham
Electoral Studies, Replication Files

"Violence and discrimination against men who have sex with men in Lebanon: the role of international displacement and migration" with Fatma M. Shebl, Robert Heimer, Kaveh Khoshnood, Russell Barbour, Danielle Khouri, Elie Aaraj, Jacques Mokhbat, and Forrest W. Crawford, 2019
Journal of Interpersonal Violence


"STV: Single Transferable Vote Counting" with John Emerson and Saksham Chandra, R package last released on CRAN 3/7/2019