I'm a second year PhD student in Stony Brook's
department of Computer Science. Since obtaining my BSE and MSE in Bioengineering from the University of Pennsylvania, I've been increasingly interested in the security implications of emerging medical technologies. I've recently joined the Ethos Lab
, led by Professor Amir Rahmati
, and my focus spans security, machine learning, and biology.
Prior to joining Stony Brook, I worked as a data scientist for the tech consulting company Tessella Inc
on a variety of exploratory analytics projects. I also helped found Shock Analytics LLC
, a startup aimed at developing a non-invasive technology to better detect cardiovascular failure.
Things I've Done This Year
- Grace Hopper Conference student scholarship recipient
- E-board member and student mentor for the Graduate Women in Science and Engineering organization. Contributor to the GWiSE blog, writing about diversity and inclusion in STEM
- E-board member, Computer Science Graduate Student Organization
- Led an Intro to Data Science workshop and served as a judge for the HackHealth hackathon organized by SBU's Women in Computer Science organization
- Developed a dashboard to explore relationships among common human viruses (including SARS-CoV-2) based on protein interactions
- Machine Learning (CSE512)
- Network Security (CSE508)
- Computer Vision (CSE527)
- Cyber-physical Systems (ESE534)
- Computational Learning Theory (CIS627)
- Other: Network Neuroscience, Fundamentals of AI, Database and Information Systems
- Offensive Scurity (CSE363)
Azarion AA, Wu J, Davis KA, Pearce A, Krish VT, Wagenaar J, Chen W, Zheng Y, Wang H, Lucas TH, Litt B, Gee JC. An open-source automated platform for three-dimensional visualization of subdural electrodes using CT-MRI coregistration.
Epilepsia. Dec 2014