We develop computational approaches to stratify risk, predict outcomes, and discover phenotypes from electronic medical record data and complex physiological signals including ECGs and invasive hemodynamic measurements.
I am affiliated with:
- Cardiovascular Research Center, Mass General
- Center for Systems Biology, Mass General
- Research Laboratory for Electronics, MIT
- Data Sciences Platform, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
Prior to my MD/PhD training, I studied Bioengineering at UCLA. I developed cellularized fibrin hydrogels for dermal wound healing, nanoparticles for imaging cells, and computational diffusion-reaction models of oxygen transport and cell growth. My advisors were Bill Tawil and Benjamin Wu.
My papers are available at Google Scholar.