I am a Ph.D. student at Center for Theoretical Neuroscience and Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute in Columbia University. I am interested in a variety of stuff ranging from geometric topology and dynamical systems to Bayesian statistics and machine learning, as well as their applications to neuroscience, genomics, and cognitive sciences. I graduated from the University of Washington, Seattle (UW), in the NIH-funded Computational Neuroscience Training Program with B.S. in Applied & Computational Mathematics and B.A. in Psychology with Honors. I still maintain close collaborations and affliation with UW Department of Applied Mathematics.
I am very grateful to have mentors and collaborators with whom I have the honor to work on various interesting problems spanning vision neuroscience, mathematical biology, genome sciences, protein design, artificial intelligence, computational psychiatry and human-computer interaction. I also maintain close industrial collaborations with IBM Research and Microsoft Research. More details to come~