I am a Group Leader at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
in the Sabeti lab.
My research builds and applies computational techniques that enrich how we surveil and combat pathogens. These techniques include machine learning and optimization methods—joining genomic, epidemiological, and high-throughput screening data—that design biomedical countermeasures, such as diagnostics, more effectively than existing paradigms and at scale.
I completed my PhD in computer science
in 2020, MEng in electrical engineering and computer science at MIT in 2014, and SB in computer science and in physics at MIT in 2013.