I am a research scientist at IBM Research, Cambridge and the MIT-IBM Watson AI lab. I work on developing statistical models for understanding and explaining images, text, and noisy, real world healthcare data.

I hold a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Brown University, where I was advised by Erik Sudderth. Before Brown, I spent a few years in beautiful Boulder getting a master’s degree from the University of Colorado. At Colorado, I was advised by Jane Mulligan. Going further back, I went to the University of Mumbai (Bombay) (KJSCE) as an undergrad. I also spent a year as a postdoctoral scientist at the now defunct Disney research, Cambridge.

Recent Highlights

  • We are organizing the Second NorthEast Computational Health Summit (NECHS). We have a stellar lineup of speakers and an exciting program. Please consider attending.
  • Our work on Multi-task survival analysis will be presented at AAAI’ 18.
  • Paper on Horseshoe priors for model selection in Bayesian neural networks, preprint now online.