My research focuses on causal inference and design of experiments in a variety of contexts. I am particularly interested in settings where the experimental units interact with each other, as in classrooms, organizations, games or networks. Before joining the Statistics and MS&E departments at Stanford, I obtained my PhD in Statistics from Harvard in 2018, where I was advised by Edo Airoldi, and spent a year as a postdoctoral fellow at UC Berkeley under the supervision of Peng Ding. Before crossing to this side of the Atlantic, I studied Applied Math and Engineering at the École Centrale Paris. I have lived in France, Israel, the US, and Senegal, where I was born.