I am a second year undergraduate student at Northeastern University in Boston, MA.
Research interests: computational medicine, biomedical engineering.
|CMSC 260||Computer Security (CompTIA Security+)|
Math: AP Stats, AP Calc BC, Multivariable Calculus
CS: LAN networking, Programming 3
Disruption of healthcare by technology depends on a new generation of scientists who are versed with both medicine and computer science. Combining my interest in neuroscience with my talent for programming, I'm committed to bridging these fields. My current work is on quantitative neuroimaging research.
This summer, I am studying developmental neuroanatomy at the Boston Children's Hospital. My focus is on surface reconstruction of the subplate zone.
While studying abroad in Montréal last winter, I spent two months as a trainee at the McGill Centre for Integrative Neuroscience.
We developed an image processing pipeline using CIVET 2.1.0 for volumetric analysis of human fetal brain MRI scans.
Free software advocate, Linux enthusiast, script kiddie.
This webpage is a WIP, this is the second night I'm staying up past 5:00 AM to work on this...
- Linux Systems Administration
- Python 3, numpy
- Java 8, object-oriented threading, multi-threading
For projects, just look at my Gitlabhub.
Personal... more about me!
Likes: snowboarding, ice skating, eating, philosophy
Dislikes: climate change, proprietary software
Don't hesitate to contact me about anything!