I am a third-year PhD student in the Department of Statistics and the Machine Learning Department at Carnegie Mellon University, advised by Ryan Tibshirani. I completed my BS in Statistics and Economics from NC State University in 2017.
As part of CMU’s Delphi group, I am researching nowcasting algorithms using digital surveillance data. During my PhD, I also studied machine learning approaches for motion planning with applications in self-driving cars at Argo AI. My general interests are in computational statistics, particularly for sequential decision-making and forecasting.
|Delphi, Epidemiological Forecasting||Women in Statistics @CMU||Argo AI|
Previous projects and groups
|2019||Returned to Argo AI as a research intern exploring preference-based trajectory selection.|
|2018||Worked as a motion planning intern for Argo AI, developing machine learning features for self-driving cars.|
|2015–2017||Researched at Laber Labs under Eric Laber in the Department of Statistics, building educational games demonstrating reinforcement learning algorithms. You can read about it in AMSTAT or play some of the games.|
|2016||Worked on constructing prediction regions for multiple-objective Markov decision processes with Daniel Lizotte at University of Western Ontario .|
|2016||Interned at Duke-National University of Singapore Medical School supervised by Bibhas Chakraborty working on dynamic treatment regimes.|
|2014–2017||Prototyped anomaly detection methods for high-frequency data at SAS Institute [2, 3].|
|NC State, Laber Labs||SAS Institute|
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