I am an MPhil student in Machine Learning at Churchill College, University of Cambridge. Starting Fall 2018, I will be a graduate student at MIT.
I did an MPhil in Machine Learning, Speech, and Language Technology at Cambridge University. For my thesis, I investigated uncertainty and interpretability in Bayesian neural networks. I am extremely thankful for support from the Churchill Scholarship.
Prior to that, I majored in Computer Science and Bioengineering at the University of Pennsylvania. I did my undergraduate research with Dr. Danielle S. Bassett in computational neuroscience, focusing on modelling neural processes as dynamic networked systems.
For more information, see my CV.
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In medical imaging: