About Me

professionalI am a doctoral student in Organizational Behavior (Micro) at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business.

My research explores how social influences affect decision-making, health-related beliefs and perceptions, and health outcomes. Building on social, organizational, and health psychology, I aim to advance scientific understanding of the interplay between organizational structure and performance, social influences, and psychological and physiological health. I also aim to develop evidence-based recommendations for policy makers, technology designers, and organizational leaders who wish to promote public health.

My collaborators include Nir Halevy, Alia Crum, Dana Carney, Jon Maner, Katherine Woolf, and Jen Dannals. I am also a member of the Stanford Mind & Body Lab.