My research applies machine learning to immunology, genetics, experimental design, and high-dimensional optimization. I've worked on a cancer immunotherapy team at Mount Sinai, the data science team at The New York Times, the data engineering team at Nest, and at a neuroscience startup.
As a data scientist, I am skilled at reframing business challenges as machine learning problems, building and productionalizing predictive models, making their output interpretable to decision makers, and integrating prediction into the business.
As a full-stack software engineer, I have built high-throughput web applications, Bluetooth-hardware-interfacing mobile apps, 2D and 3D map visualizations, infrastructure, orchestration, and monitoring tooling, and more. I am among the top 4% of users (by reputation points) of the Stack Overflow programming network.
As a leader, I have raised tens of thousands of dollars, built and launched products, and grown them to thousands of users.
In my free time, I play music — mostly jazz piano, these days. I love to travel and read. My other interests include evolutionary game theory and gerrymandering.