I am a recent graduate from the PhD program in Mathematics at Northeastern University. I now work as a data scientist at Q-State Biosciences in Cambridge, MA.

I conducted my doctoral research in the analysis of partial differential equations under the supervision of Ting Zhou. My specialization was in inverse problems, more specifically I studied various inverse boundary value problems for Maxwell’s equations on bounded and unbounded domains. Learn more about my math research on my research page.

I also obtained a Graduate Certificate in Biotechnology from Northeastern University.

From Fall 2015 to Summer 2018, I served as the secretary of Northeastern University’s Mathematics Graduate Student Association. From Fall 2017 to Spring 2018, I was the graduate student representative in the organizing committee for the Math Club, Northeastern’s undergraduate student organization for everyone who likes math.

Here’s my CV.