William T. Adler, PhD

Hi! I'm a Computational Research Specialist at the Princeton Gerrymandering Project. I do various data-y stuff there, and I wrote an interactive New York Times Opinion piece about how gerrymandering affected the 2018 House elections.

I did my PhD in neuroscience at NYU with Wei Ji Ma. For my dissertation [pdf], I tested various computational models of human confidence, resulting in these three papers.

I am also the founder of the Scientist Action and Advocacy Network, which partners scientists with organizations that are creating positive social change. I wrote a Scientific American piece about how other scientists can do something similar.