I am a research assistant working on the Open Case Studies project. This project is a product of the Johns Hopkins Data Science Lab in the Department of Biostatistics at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. I recently graduated with a master’s degree from the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering. My thesis work was about Open Case Studies and advised by Dr. Carrie Wright. Learn more about my work in the Projects tab.

I am excited by the power of data science to extract meaning and information from data. Computational methods and tool-kits are enabling novel discoveries and innovations in all facets of life. I would like to contribute to these pursuits, particularly in the realms of biology and health. Throughout my graduate program I’ve focused my studies on neuroengineering and biomedical data science. The courses I’ve taken and my research experiences have allowed me to wrangle, analyze, and visualize real biological data including brain images, neural recordings, Covid-19 cases and more. Moving forward, I hope to find a role where I may continue to develop my skills and gain practical experience working with health data.  

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