[September 2022] Had the pleasure of attending the NSF-AGEP Research University Alliance (RUA) Conference at Caltech this month. It was great to connect with other doctoral students, postdoctoral fellows, faculty, and staff part of the 9 institutions participating in RUA. RUA’s goal is to diversify the future professoriate nationally by creating robust professional development, mentoring, and networking opportunities. Learn more here.
[September 2022] I am grateful to have been selected as the recipient of the National Institutes of Health (NIH-NIBIB) T32 Fellowship. T32 fellows at UT Austin have the opportunity to undergo a comprehensive training program in imaging science and informatics throughout their Ph.D.
[May 2022] Our paper “What Does “Dr. Google” Show Patients Searching for Breast Reconstruction Outcomes Photographs?” was published in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery – Global Open! Check it out here.
[May 2022] Had the opportunity to volunteer at the Present Your Ph.D. Thesis to a 12-year-old event this past weekend! It was exciting to hear from presenters and see how much the students learned. Check out more information about the program here.
[Apr 2022] I have been a part of the Annual Retreat Committee for the Graduates for Underrepresented Minorities (GUM) this past semester. This year’s theme was “Building Bridges” and I moderated a panel on work-life balance and avoiding burnout! To learn more about GUM, check out our website!
[Mar 2022] I attended the 2022 ACM SIGIR Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval (CHIIR)! It was great to learn more about the work done in this space. Excited for next year’s conference as it will be in Austin!
[Aug 2021] I am grateful to have been selected as the recipient of two fellowships: (1) Charles W. and Margaret A. Tolbert Fellowship in Electrical and Computer Engineering, and (2) Thrust 2000 Graduate Fellowship in Engineering.
[Jun 2021] I am excited to join the Biomedical Informatics Lab at UT Austin! I will be working under Prof. Mia K. Markey.