I teach and research philosophy at the University of Bristol in the UK. My research areas include Bayesian epistemology, foundations of statistics, rational choice theory, and social epistemology (longer ago, philosophy and foundations of mathematics as well). I've written about accuracy-centred approaches to epistemology, decision-making in the face of transformative experience, and the debate between subjective and objective Bayesianism.
I'm particularly interested in ways in which rational choice theory and its conclusions affect the arguments for longtermism, but I'm not deeply immersed in the details of those arguments, so I'd appreciate help understanding those.
Reach out if you have any questions about Bayesian epistemology or rational choice theory. I'd be delighted to share any expertise I have.