I'm a Ph.D. student in the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington, where I'm fortunate to be advised by Su-In Lee. I also collaborate with Scott Lundberg from Microsoft Research and Uygar Sümbül from the Allen Institute for Brain Science.
Previously, I worked with Emily Fox at UW and was a student researcher at Google Brain working with Jiening Zhan and Ming Jack Po. Before that, I completed my Bachelor's program at Columbia University, where I did computational neuroscience research in Liam Paninski's group.
My main research interest is creating explainable AI tools for black-box machine learning models. Besides developing theory and algorithms for these methods, I also work on applying them to problems in biology and medicine.
Some of my recent projects include: