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.
A collection of side projects, research studies, and course assignments.
An overview of my research interests, publications, etc.
Medical disease detection and diagnosis
NeuroAI Lab (2017)
Department of Computer Science
Castro Lab (2017)
Program in Neuroscience
Rosen Lab (2013)
Department of Developmental Biology
Harvard School of Dental Medicine
Obesity Research Center
Boston University School of Medicine