I’m a faculty member in the Computational Health Informatics Program at Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School. If you’re looking to do a post-doc or graduate program at the intersection of interpretability, fairness, and health informatics, please reach out!
I am interested in understanding the underlying dynamics of complex, real-world health systems. My research tends to focus on methods that automate data science in order to achieve this goal. Basically, I would like my computer to do my job for me. In particular, I want to make AI technology deployed in health systems more fair and interpretable to the people it impacts.
Previously, I worked in the Computational Genetics Lab, which is part of the Institute for Biomedical Informatics. Before Penn, I applied most of my research to wind energy, including identification and control of wind turbine dynamics and gearbox reliability.
- Director of the Laboratory for Clear And Virtue-guided Algorithms
- Research Scientist