Education

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 S.B. in theoretical mathematics, 1996
 Harvard University
 A.M. in mathematics, 1997
 Ph.D. in mathematics, 2000, under the
supervision
of Barry Mazur
Employment
 University of Michigan,
Department of Mathematics
 T.H. Hildebrant assistant professor, 20002002
 University of California, Berkeley,
Department of Mathematics
 Visiting assistant professor, 2003
 Amherst College,
Department of Mathematics and Computer
Science
 Visiting assistant professor, 20032004
 University of Massachusetts, Amherst,
Department of Mathematics and
Statistics
 Assistant professor, 20042009
 Associate professor, 2009present
Grants
 Selmer groups of geometric Galois representations, 20002003
 NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship
DMS0071572 under the supervision of
Chris Skinner (20002001) and
Ken Ribet (20022003)
 padic variation of supersingular Iwasawa
invariants, 20042007
 NSF Algebra, number theory and combinatorics infrastructure program,
DMS0440708, collaborative with
Robert Pollack,
DMS0439264
 Five College Number Theory Seminar (Program in analysis in number theory), 20052007
 NSA Mathematical Sciences Program CWSS,
H982300510291, joint with
Robert Benedetto,
Gregory Call,
Giuliana Davidoff,
Paul Gunnells,
Farshid Hajir,
Leanne Robertson,
Margaret Robinson and
Siman Wong.
 padic properties of padic Galois representations, 20072010

 NSF Algebra, number theory and combinatorics infrastructure program,
DMS0700359.
Awards
 Jon A. Bucsela Mathematics Prize, 1996
 Department of Mathematics,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship, 19961999
 Department of Mathematics,
Harvard University
 M.S. Keeler Research Fellowship, 20002002
 Department of Mathematics,
University of Michigan