I am a PhD student in the department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics. My current research interests include Bayesian statistics, stochastic processes, and probabilistic machine learning. I also serve as a teaching assistant for BIOS courses.
Before coming to Emory, I worked at Duke Institute for Brain Sciences as an associate in research. My main project was modeling monkeys’ strategies in a competitive, real-time video game with dynamic mixture of Gaussian components parametrized by neural networks and variational inference.
Areas of Interest
- Bayesian Analysis
- Statistical Modeling
- Bachelor of Science 2017, Duke University