About Me

I am a 5th year PhD candidate at the MIT Operations Research Center advised by Dimitris Bertsimas. My thesis is on machine learning for data sets with missing and uncertain values, with applications to personalized medicine. I am motivated to develop fast methods that can run on large-scale data sets and extract clinical insights from EHR, claims, and genomic data. Outside of research, I enjoy being a TA for students at the MIT Sloan School of Management.

Before coming to the ORC, I earned my BS in mathematics from Yale University. I have also had the pleasure to work during the summer of 2017 at Wealthfront as a research intern in Redwood City, CA.


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