I’m a PhD student in the Clinical Decision Making Group (MEDG) at MIT CSAIL. My background is in Natural Language Processing and clinical notes. Currently, I’m studying racial biases in end-of-life and psychiatric care. This summer, I will be at Philips Healthcare modeling the relationships between hospital protocol compliance and patient outcomes.
I am a recipient of a 2016 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. I have worked as a research intern at both 3Play Media Inc. (with Roger Zimmerman) and MITRE Corp (with Guido Zarrella). Prior to MIT, I received a BS in Computer Science from UMass Lowell, where I was advised by Dr. Anna Rumshisky. While at Lowell, I was honored with the 2016 Eric Sheldon Founder’s Award from the Honors College and Dean Jim Canning.