Dr. Park's research focuses on politicians’ legislative and communication styles they choose to perform under various institutional constraints in American politics context, and she further explores electoral consequences and policy implications resulting from their stylistic choices. For the research, she uses text analysis, machine learning, causal inference, formal modeling and experimental methods. Her research has been published or forthcoming at Journal of Politics, Legislative Studies Quarterly, Electoral Studies, etc. Previous modules she taught include US Congress and various quantitative methods at doctoral, masters and undergraduate levels. She obtained her PhD in Politics from New York University. Prior to joining Essex, she was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Computational Social Dynamics Lab, University of Pittsburgh and at the Department of Political Science in Washington University in St, Louis.