I am a software engineer specializing in data science and machine learning. In May 2017, I graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with my bachelor's degree in applied mathematics.
I currently work at Human
Longevity, Inc. where I work on creating machine learning
algorithms and scalable data processing pipelines for genomics
with a particular focus on oncology.
I previously had the pleasure of working at machineVantage as a Machine Learning Researcher where I focused on deep learning algorithm development for natural language processing.
A complete listing of my current and completed coursework can be found in my resume. I am interested in a wide spectrum of topics from a diverse set of fields including
statistics, computational neuroscience, machine learning, deep learning, natural language processing, and linguistics. I regularly blog about interesting topics in both
mathematics and computer science, and you can view my coding portfolio here.
In addition to my academic interests, I enjoy writing creative fiction and reading great books. The books page hosts an application that pulls from my Goodreads feed and continuously aggregates the novels that I am in the process of reading. I also enjoy running, biking, playing guitar/piano, and writing music.