Things I've done
The Evolving Ecosystem of COVID-19 Contact Tracing Applications
Article published in the Harvard Data Science Review analyzing the ethics of over 150 COVID-19 contact tracin applications.
In Data we Trust
Submission to the St. Gallen Symposium 2020 essay competition. Although the symposium was delayed due to the global pandemic, this essay was chosen for publication in a collection of notable submissions. I advocate for the use of data trusts to protect user privacy in a digital, data-driven age.
A visualization of normalizing flows, a technique for transforming simple distributions into more complex ones for use in variational inference.
Police Reform Tracker
An interactive map and table showing police reforms passed by state legislatures across the United States. I was part of a team of two devs and many more people keeping track of laws and developments in the fight for police accountability.
COVID-19 Student Response Team
The website of the Harvard Medical Students COVID-19 Response Team -- a group of HMS students producing and disseminating educational resources, as well as coordinating activism initiatives surrounding COVID-19.
Building a transformer model to predict the expression of maize genes from DNA promoter sequences.
Mapping COVID-19 Contact Tracing Applications Around the World
A visualization and database of contact tracing applications around the world for COVID-19. Hoping to keep this updated frequently.
Real-time nowcasting public opinion polls in the 2020 Democratic primaries using Twitter, NLP, and Bayesian modelling
Basal Vitamin D Status and Supplement Dose Are Primary Contributors to Maternal 25-Hydroxyvitamin D Response to Prenatal and Postpartum Cholecalciferol Supplementation.
Published in the Journal of Nutrition, written in collaboration with SickKids Hospital, Toronto, Canada.