My primary research interests are in developing methods for large data and functional data, particularly neuroimaging data with applications to multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease, and stroke. I am a third year PhD student in the Department of Biostatistics at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.   My advisors are Ciprian Crainiceanu at Johns Hopkins and Taki Shinohara at the University of Pennsylvania. I also collaborate closely with Daniel Reich at NINDS.   I just successfully defended my thesis and will be graduating this May!   In the Fall, I will be joining Rice University as a Rice Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, where I will work on developing biomarkers in Alzheimer’s disease with Genevera Allen at Rice Statistics and Joshua Shulman at Baylor Neurology.

Click here to see a video describing my work on lesion segmentation in structural brain MRI of patients with MS.  Click here to check out Bmore Biostats — a blog group I contribute to.

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