A brief introduction.
I am currently doing research in computational neuroscience and computer vision at CSAIL, MIT under Dr. Aude Oliva. I previously received a degree in Neuroscience, Physics and Math from Bates College.
I enjoy applying machine learning to problems in biology and medicine while primarily advancing engineering knowledge. This academic year, I have successfully pursued a joint neuro-physics thesis investigating the molecular organization of the mouse olfactory system. In particular, I have analyzed in-situ hybridization data provided by the Allen Brain Institute to quantify spatial patterning and clustering of gene expression across the OB's mitral cell layer, for a large fraction of the genome. My long-term research goals are focused on promoting a self-propagating convergence of neural science and machine learning.
Some of my general interests are:
Some of the organizations I have worked with in the past.
Places and teams I hope to work with in the future.
Subjects I've studied over the years.
A collection of side projects, research studies, and course assignments.
An overview of my research interests, publications, etc.
Bioimage informatics, image registration, computational anatomy
Medical diagnosis, study of disease processes