I am currently a Master's student in the Computer Science program at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
I completed my Bachelor's in Psychobiology, minoring in Biomedical Research, at the University of California, Los Angeles. Here, I developed my passion for not only medicine and healthcare, but also devoting my career towards the overall social good.
I am passionate about the application of technology to improving individual lives, such as increased access to healthcare and the use of medical devices and/or software to enhance the quality of life.
In my free time, I like to kickbox, volunteer in my community, hang out at the beach, and explore local eateries.
WORK AND ACHIEVEMENTS
MIT Grand Hack SF 2019: 3rd place in the Mental Health track for developing FirstFold: the first step in the recovery path - a platform with a shared database of continuous care profiles of the homeless, accessible by relevant stakeholders
Software Quality Assurance Engineer Intern (April-Sep 2019), InTouch Health (Santa Barbara, CA): Identification and tracking of bugs & automated software that impacted 3,000 care locations and 12,000 hospitals worldwide
Data Science Intern (July-Sep 2019), Evidation Health (Santa Barbara, CA): Utilized AWS data streams and data science analytics, in combination with statistical analyses, to compare two medical devices. This work was compiled and presented as an abstract at the 2019 Society for Behavioral Medicine conference ("Comparison of Heart Rate Measurement Between the Fitbit Charge 2 and OMSignal Smart Garments: A Free-Living Study”)
SKILLS, FRAMEWORKS, AND TOOLS
Languages: Python, Java, C++, ARM Assembly
Frameworks: AWS, Flask, Jupyter Notebooks, UML Visual Paradigm, RIDE Robot Framework
Collaboration and Industry tools: Git/GitHub, Jira, Spira, Master Control
I am extremely interested in the modern applications of machine learning and artificial intelligence.
Specifically, the advancements in the medical field allow for such applications to be possible.
Below is a favorite paper of mine: