I am a second-year PhD student in computer science at Princeton, advised by Barbara Engelhardt. Broadly, I am interested in machine learning methods motivated by scientific problems. My current work is in multimodal learning and generative modeling.
Previously, I worked as a research software engineer for Avi Ma'ayan at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, building tools for high-dimensional analysis of gene expression data.
As a self-taught programmer, I strongly support tech education as an inroad to economic opportunity. At Princeton, I volunteer for the Prison Teaching Initiative, where we are developing an accredited introductory computer science course to be offered at New Jersey state prisons. When I lived in New York, I volunteered for the Coalition for Queens by teaching programming to underserved communities.