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Who am I?

I am someone with wild dreams and the brashness to believe that I can achieve them. In the future, I hope to develop artificial intelligence systems that are able to diagnose diseases, suggest treatments, and aid in the development of novel therapeutics -- especially for cancer.

At the moment, I am an MD/PhD student working under Dr. Prateek Prasanna in the Imagine Lab at Stony Brook University. My current work revolves around the application of artificial intelligence and radiomic approaches to medical image analysis in diseases ranging from COVID-19 to various cancers. I also am active in public health initiatives surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic in collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Previously, I completed both bachelor's and master's degrees in biophysics at the University of Southern California, where I studied circulating tumor cells in several solid cancers.


Modeling Hitting Streaks in Major League Baseball

Beating the streak with machine learning for baseball analytics.

Equitable Vaccine Distribution in the COVID-19 Pandemic

Public health innovation in COVID-19 and future pandemic vaccine distribution and preparedness.

Computational Analysis of Chest X-ray in COVID-19

Radiomic and deep-learning to model clinical outcomes in COVID-19 patients using chest x-rays.

Proteomic and Genomic Analysis of Circulating Tumor Cells in Metastatic Prostate Cancer

Master's thesis on the effects of a chemotherapy agent in the treatment of metastatic prostate cancer.