I am a NIH postdoctoral research fellow in the Emory University department of Biomedical Informatics. I received my PhD in Mathematics from Georgia State University in 2018.
I am currently involved in multiple projects applying different types of machine learning to healthcare problems. I am particularly interested in utilizing healthcare data to develop real-time computer-assisted treatment in critical care patients.
I am an outdoorsy person. I enjoy backpacking, running, recreational Math, music, American football, and soccer.