I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy at the National University of Singapore, and former Murphy Fellow at Tulane University. I received my PhD in philosophy at the University of Southern California (2016) and my B.A. in mathematics and philosophy (2009) at Michigan State University. My primary research interests are in normative and applied ethics, rationality, and epistemology. My recent projects concern the prospects of a process-oriented model of rationality, the question of how to manage uncertainty about normative facts, and puzzles arising from cases where how we should evaluate our choices seems to depend on which decision we end up making. I am also interested in applied ethics, including animal ethics and the ethics of procreation.