I am a Data Science Ph.D. Candidate pursuing “biological data science” research in Prof. Dmitry Korkin’s group.
My primary research interests are in developing artificial intelligence to identify novel patterns in nextgeneration sequencing data, psychometric and neuroimaging data, structural bioinformatics and computational epidemiology. Additional research interests include machine learning methods to uncover communities in biological networks and detect anomalies in time-series data.
I was a teaching assistant in the Computer Science department and have taught courses in artificial intelligence, distributed computing systems, object-oriented design and computer graphics. I am also a research mentor for graduate and undergraduate students, and high school outreach programs.