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I am a Senior Researcher at Microsoft Research Health Futures in Cambridge, MA working on models for rare disease diagnosis with the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard.

Previously, I was a post-doc in Biostatistics at Brown University working with Dr. Lorin Crawford. My research focuses on building interpretable methods (statistical and Bayesian), tools, and associated platforms which integrate temporal (i.e. time-series) and multi-omics data to study gene regulation in development and disease. I have expertise working on small and imbalanced data problems in fruit fly and human, across the domains of cancer, neuroscience, and development. I believe that platforms should be accessible to provide causal mechanisms on user-friendly platforms that scale, thereby enabling non-coding researchers to develop accurate follow-up experimentation and diagnostics. I received my Ph.D. in Computer Science and Computational Biology from Brown. I did so in collaboration with my advisors Dr. Erica Larschan (molecular biology), Dr. Lorin Crawford (biostatistics), and Dr. Charles Lawrence (applied math).

Please see my resume and curriculum vitae below. You can download them both on the Connect tab. Please also connect with me (left sidebar). I am always excited to talk science.


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Curriculum Vitae

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