that’s me!

I’m an MS in Computer Science student at Stanford. Here, I’m specializing in the Artificial Intelligence track. In the Stanford Machine Learning Group and Shah Lab, I’m researching applications of representation learning and few-shot learning using patient images (X-ray and CT) and text (electronic health record).

Before this, I was a machine learning engineer at Wayfair, where I worked on various visual similarity and exact product matching projects.

I graduated from Dartmouth College, where I studied Computer Science and Cognitive Science. My thesis compared representations learned by various CNN architectures to those of the human ventral visual pathway.

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