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    I am an assistant professor in the Department of Statistics at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. My current research interests include high-dimensional statistics, (non)convex optimization, graphical models, causal inference, information theory, network inference, and robust statistics. I am also interested in statistical applications to medical imaging, particularly MRI. Here is a copy of my CV. Before coming to Penn, I was a PhD student in the statistics department at the University of California at Berkeley. My adviser was Martin Wainwright. I received my BS in math from Caltech in 2009, with a minor in English, and earned an MS in computer science from UC Berkeley in 2013.