I am a Professor in the Department of Mental Health, the Department of Biostatistics, and the Department of Health Policy and Management of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Prior to this I was a Researcher at Mathematica Policy Research, in Washington, DC. I received my Ph.D. in Statistics in 2004, from Harvard University, where I worked primarily with Don Rubin, Gary King, and Alan Zaslavsky.

I did my undergraduate degree in Mathematics at Smith College, and also spent time at St.Catherine's College in Oxford. I was born in Australia, but grew up in Laconia, New Hampshire. I like to spend time now on Squam Lake and in the little town of Center Sandwich, NH.

In 2001 I married Brian Doyle. He is a Senior Economist at the Federal Reserve. We live in Washington, DC with our two children.