Previously, I was a part of the Schwartz Lab at the University of Pittsburgh, where we studied the neuroscience of human movement. We sought to apply what we learned to the development of medical technologies. In particular, our work on direct interfaces between computers and the brain featured prominently in both the scientific literature and popular media — such as the New York Times and CBS' 60 Minutes.
Broadly speaking, my research interests involve the use of mathematical and computational methods to understand, predict, and supplement human behavior. I aim to participate in research at the intersection of human and artificial intelligence. I have a strong interest in high-impact health and technology applications.