Recently, I have finished my Ph.D. thesis "Exploring Group Behavior through Evolutionary Game Theory: Disease Dynamics, Cooperation, and Reputation". My research has focused on evolutionary game theory and provides insights into human behavior with a specific focus on cooperation in the context of infectious disease mitigation. In my time at Dartmouth, I have in particular completed five projects that are you can see below. Each project contributes to a more nuanced understanding of how evolutionary principles can inform and improve public health strategies against infectious diseases. You can find these projects below. Click on each bullet point for more information on the specific project.