I am a software engineer at Color on the data platform team. My interests include a variety of topics at the intersection of software engineering, computer science, and biology.
Previously, I did a short stint in the Stanford PhD program where I published a few papers on rare genetic variation, gene regulation, and the heritability of complex traits. While I was lucky to work with excellent mentors and peers, I decided academia is not for me and left with a masters in March of 2019.
M.S. in Computer Science, Stanford University (2019)
B.S. with honors in Computer Science, Stanford University (2016)
Coursework included: machine learning, natural language processing, deep learning for natural language processing, mining massive datasets, introduction to cryptography, compilers, programming languages, computational genomics, statistical and machine learning methods for genomics