I am a second-year MD-PhD student at UW. My research interests involve using computer science and machine learning to create tools that are useful to health care providers and improve patient care. I'll be spending this summer 2016 working on algorithms to predict adverse events during surgery.
I graduated from Harvard College with a bachelor's degree in Applied Math in 2015. I spent time doing research at the Harvard School of Public Health and developed methods for learning about HIV dynamics from genetic sequence data, even when these data are incomplete. More recently, I spent the last summer rotating with Trevor Bedford, with whom I used large gene-sequence datasets to study the global migration patterns of influenza virus.