My CV can be found here.
I started out life as a physicist. Initially I worked on theoretical particle physics (lattice QCD), but then switched to quantum gravity (topological quantum field theory and state sum models).
After that, I turned my hand to economics. I worked on a grab-bag of different topics, including romantic matching, affirmative action, and an overhaul of the way economists model markets.
From there I worked in the private sector as a data scientist, which I continue today. I also somehow also fell back into academia, at least partly. I currently do research on the epidemiology of COVID-19 through EAVE II, which is a data platform consisting of clinical and demographic information for the entire population of Scotland. We have published a number of important research articles on COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness and safety.
I am interested in effective altruism, and since 2007 I have donated 20% of my income to charity. I have been involved in various combat sports (Brazilian jiu-jitsu, boxing, freestyle wrestling, MMA) since I was a teenager, at times competitively. I also play violin, with varying levels of success.