I am an NLM Postdoctoral Trainee in Biomedical Informatics at Stanford. I am honored to be advised by Professor Russ Altman.

My current research is in multiomics, in particular epigenomics of aging while rotating with Snyder Lab

Previous rotations: Gavaert Lab and Montgomery Lab

I served as an Assistant Professor of Information Systems at Iowa State University. Research: Health Analytics and Medical Informatics.

I received my PhD in Information Systems from Warrington College of Business, at University of Florida

Summer 2017: volunteer research assistant with Data-Smart City Solutions , Harvard Kennedy School working on 311 data

Summer 2016: Data Science Fellow at Data Science for Social Good Fellowship at Georgia Tech working on Public Transit and Job Accessibility

I received my MBA with a concentration in Information Systems from the College of Management at UMass Boston developing a prediction model for hospitals


  • Online Social Interactions and Contributions to Open Source Communities:

Journal of Management Information Systems

Presented at ICIS 2015 and INFORMS 2015 (invited talk), Selected as a finalist at Teradata Partners 2015

  • Uncovering the Intellectual Evolution of the Information Systems Discipline:

Being prepared for re-submission to Management Information Systems Quarterly

Presented at WITS 2014 and AMCIS 2015, Awarded the Most Promising Research Advancing Science at Teradata Partners 2014 and the “Third Place Winner” in Interactive Sessions at INFORMS 2014

A Master’s Thesis - published at International Journal of Production Economics 2016

International Journal of Industrial Engineering Computations 2011

Presented at ICIS 2014 and Collective Intelligence 2014 (MIT)

Presented at WeB 2016, Collective Intelligence 2016 (NYU), AMCIS 2016, and accepted at PACIS 2016

Presented at OAI10 - CERN - UNIGE 2017, Switzerland

Presented at POMS 2012, Chicago


Iowa State University

  • Data Mining (with a focus on Health Analytics

Introduction to the field of business analytics (BA). Students will examine BA processes and techniques used in transforming data to knowledge and creating value for organizations. Business cases, presentations by business professionals, class lectures and discussions on data analysis, design and modeling, and extensive hands-on analytical exercises.

University of Florida

  • Business Systems 2 (ISM 3255- Object Oriented Programming in C #)

  • Business Systems 1 (ISM 3254 Object Oriented Programming in JAVA)


Open Science Database

Open Science Database is an experimental project being developed at ISOM Data Analytics Research Lab - Warrington College of Business - University of Florida

Business Journals Database

BRDB is an experimental database for research in Business

ISOM Data Analytics Research Lab is an academic research lab focused on novel and innovative applications of data analytics and big data for businesses

Work in Progress: Real Estate Analytics


12/2019 NLM Postdoctoral Trainee Fellowship in Biomedical Informatics - Stanford, School of Medicine

12/2017 Invited talk at Sawyer School of Business, Suffolk

11/2017 Invited talk at Pamplin College of Business - Virginia Tech

11/2017 Invited talk at Ivy College of Business

11/2017 Invited talk at FSU College of Business

10/2017 Invited talk at Spears School of Business

09/2017 Invited talk at Jon Huntsman School of Business

09/2017 Invited talk at Solvay Business School, Brusells

09/2016 Outstanding international student award, University of Florida

09/2017 University of Florida “ISOM Department Teaching Award - Spring 2017”

04/2016 Presenting at UF ISOM Forum

10/2015 Big Data meets a social network

10/2015 Data Ambassador at DataKind - Taproot Foundation Project

06/2015 DSSG Team Finishes 2nd at Civic Hacking Event

03/2015 Data science mentor at Cornell's Data Science Hackathon

11/2014 Third place Winner in Interactive Sessions at INFORMS 2014

10/2014 Winner of the "Most Promising Research Advancing Science" at Teradata 2014

02/2014 Second place winner - Hoggetowne Hack 2014

01/2014 Winner of Innocentive Ideation Challenge: “Technology to Enable the Assessment of Student Speaking Performances"

09/2013 Beta Gamma Sigma, the premier honor society recognizing business excellence

08/2013 Honors Master's Thesis: "Predicting Hospital Patients’ Admission to Reduce Emergency Department Boarding"