- Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics
- Quantitative and Computational Biology
Advisor: Ben Raphael
I completed my B.S. and M.S. in Computer Science with concentrations in Computational Biology and Artificial Intelligence at Stanford University. During my time there, I conducted research with the Ji Research Group, developing a novel variant calling software to validate somatic mutations using statistical techniques. I also worked on the creation of an antibiotic susceptibility software that utilized interpretable deep learning and feature selection techniques to identify discriminative features of high dimensional Raman data. At Princeton, I hope to utilize my computational background in Artificial Intelligence to develop clinically impactful solutions to biomedical problems. In my spare time, I enjoy being with family and friends, playing ping pong, skiing, and cooking.