I'm a computer science PhD student in the ICTD Lab at the University of Washington, studying under Drs. Kurtis Heimerl and Richard Anderson. I'm interested in environmental justice, technologies for community governance of conservation projects, and accessible computational tools for natural resource management in low-income regions.
Combining backgrounds in computer science and environmental research, before starting grad school I worked as a consultant on various biology and environmental projects, designing and developing software tools. I've worked in fields like primate behavior, environmental education, genomics, and insect biodiversity; and recently interned at Menstrupedia and Digital Green, conducting user research.
I'm a 2018 recipient of the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, and a graduate fellow at the UW Center for Environmental Politics.
Fresh Insights: User Research Towards a Market Information Service for Bihari Vegetable Farmers
With Loop at Digital Green
Find human RNA-seq samples using standardized ontology terms
AntMaps.orgBiodiversity data visualizations
Published in Ecological Informatics
With the OIST Arilab
Search the biomedical literature for genes and metabolites
Mathematical Models of Circadian Rhythms in Gene Expression Data, and the Regulatory Role of Mop3 in Mice
Identification and Clustering of Genes Expressed In Circadian Rhythms
Proposal: A novel supervised learning algorithm for detection of cis-regulatory modules in promoters and enhancers of ES cells
A Supervised Machine Learning Model for Gene Regulation during Differentiation of Embryonic Stem Cells