I care about clinical waste reduction, health equity, and doctoring better. I love exercising my UX research and data science skills in service of these causes; let me know if you think I can help!
I’m a medical student at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai where I’m currently conducting research with the Department of Otolaryngology. I’ve also worked on process improvement projects with the Mount Sinai Visiting Doctors Program, co-organized courses on AI in Medicine and Designing Healthy Cities, and co-created an incubator in the Diversity Innovation Hub. I was also a Research Fellow at Rock Health. Prior to that, I was most recently in Seattle working as a PM on Microsoft’s Azure Machine Learning team. I graduated from Stanford where I studied Human Biology and Computer Science. I was also part of the Data Lab there.
For fun, I love reading good books, upcycling, or tinkering with new recipes. A few more of my favorite things: collecting pins from places I’ve visited (116 and counting), transit maps, and Oxford commas!