I am an Assistant Professor of Finance at Michigan Ross since July 2018. My research lies at the intersection of financial intermediation and monetary policy. I study the transmission of unconventional monetary policy and macroprudential regulation on credit supply, financial stability, and asset prices. I was an Economist at the Federal Reserve Board from September 2016 to June 2018.

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My papers were awarded the ECB Young Economist Award and the Macro Financial Modeling Group (Becker Friedman Institute) Dissertation Fellowship. I obtained a Ph.D. Finance from NYU Stern in Spring 2016 with previous degrees at Bocconi (BSc Economics) and LSE (MSc Finance and Economics).