I wake up most days feeling grateful for the opportunities I have had in my life. I am thrilled to be doing research on statistical methods for causal inference with applications in public health. I also write papers on LGBT, HIV, mental health and substance use. I collaborate with great people who are talented and passionate about their work, who keep on teaching and inspiring me.
I am currently an Assistant Scientist in the Department of Mental Health, and a doctoral student in the Department of Biostatistics, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Prior to this academic life, I was fortunate to have a stimulating and rewarding career in public health practice and social development in Viet Nam.
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