I recently completed my PhD at MIT CSAIL, advised by David Sontag in the Clinical Machine Learning group.

In my research, I tackle various challenges within clinical natural language processing, including:

Previously, I earned a BS and MS in Computer Science at Stanford. While there, I researched in the SNAP Group under Jure Leskovec and Marinka Zitnik, where I used biological networks to predict disease-gene associations and polypharmacy side effects. I've also had internship stints at Google (2015, 2017) and Flatiron Health (2016, 2018).

I am passionate about issues surrounding diversity in computer science. I served as an officer for GW6 (Graduate Women in Course 6 at MIT), as a member of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) subcommittee of the Dean of Engineering's graduate advisory committee, and as the graduate student representative on the School of Engineering DEI committee.

Reach out to me by email at magrawal at mit dot edu, or find me on Twitter or LinkedIn.

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