I am a computational scientist broadly interested in machine learning, healthcare, and social policy.
Presently, I am the Director of the Artificial Intelligence Program at Geisinger Health Systems in Pennsylvania, where I lead a team of computer scientists, mathematicians, and human-computer interaction experts to develop data science products for improving healthcare. I’m also an adjunct professor in the Decision, Risk, and Operations group at Columbia Business School.
I studied physics and chemistry as an undergraduate at Caltech, and spent time at the Harvard Kennedy School as a research fellow. I have a PhD in Policy Analysis from the RAND Graduate School, and was a quantitative analyst at the RAND Corporation for a number of years.