I am a fourth-year Ph.D. student in electrical engineering and computer science at MIT.
I work with Vikash Mansinghka in the MIT Probabilistic Computing Project.
I am supported by an NDSEG fellowship.
Previously, I worked at a clinical cancer diagnostics startup, where I developed computational infrastructure and applied machine learning algorithms for genetic testing based on DNA sequencing.
During my Master's degree at Stanford, where I was funded by the NSF GRFP Fellowship, I worked on machine learning for predictive modeling of gene expression.
During my undergraduate studies in at UC Berkeley, I worked with Pieter Abbeel on probabilistic and optimization techniques for household robotics.
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