About MeI am a fourth year PhD student at Emory University in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science. I study number theory, mainly (mock) modular forms and elliptic curves, and its relationship to monstrous and umbral moonshine. My advisor is Ken Ono, although I also work closely with John Duncan. In 2013, I graduated from Princeton University with an A.B. in mathematics. I'm passionate about math education, and run the Emory Math Circle. I also have a blog of math resources for K-12 students, parents, and teachers. I have an NSF Fellowship and a Woodruff Fellowship.
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