I'm a medical student at Harvard and MIT. Previously, I studied Statistics and Biochemistry at Yale. I think a lot about performance and equity in health algorithms, especially for consumer wearables (Apple), laboratory medicine (PathAI), and clinical decision-making (HMS). My first-author research and perspectives have been published in the New England Journal of Medicine, JAMA, and more. Always happy to chat with fellow students interested in machine learning + medicine! Drop me a line at email@example.com.
I grew up in Sugar Land, Texas, a suburban outgrowth of Houston. I spent most of high school with the speech and debate team, where I first started learning about public policy and ethics. I spent the rest of my time volunteering and working at the Texas Medical Center, before coming to the Northeast for college.
For my research year, I joined Apple's Motion Health team, where I was the Directly Responsible Individual on several projects for the Apple Heart and Movement Study and LumiHealth, the Apple-Singapore national health initiative. My work focused on validating new health features across diverse populations.