I'm a software engineering manager at Flatiron Health, where I lead a team that uses machine learning to help build an oncology data platform to improve cancer treatment and research.
Before Flatiron, I worked at Google on semantic parsing for search. And before that, I got a Ph.D. in Computer Science at the University of Washington where I researched algorithmic game theory, approximation algorithms, online algorithms, matching, and how to use machine learning to detect fabricated survey data.
I live in Brooklyn with my wife Jenny. I like running and Oreo cookies.