August 2018: Finished my fantastic summer with rstudio. Next stop: Madison, WI.
May 2018: Spent a week learning about climate modelling at SAMSI’s undergraduate workshop. I highly recommend undergrads in statistics check it out!
May 2018: Graduated from Rice with a B.A. Statistics and Distinction in Research and Creative Work.
April 2018: It’s official! I’ll be pursuing a PhD in statistics at UW-Madison beginning in the fall!
January 2018: Had a great time at Data Day Texas in Austin!
October 2017: Either this month I presented a poster on the work done by the Hurricane Harvey data team at the Rice Data Science Conference. I also went to Durham for the SAMSI undergraduate workshop on climate and earth systems modelling.
August 2017: Hurricane Harvey rolled through Houston and I spent the week analyzing data under Provost Miranda to support decision making by the crisis management team.
August 2017: Summer at the Hutch wrapped up with a vibrant poster competition. Excited to be working with Dr. Genevera Allen to identify biomarkers predictive of cognitive resilience to Alzheimer’s for the next semester!
June 2017: Started the month by attending Cascadia R Conference before heading up to Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, where I worked with Dr. Elizabeth Brown analyzing social influences on drug regimen adherence in the MTN 020 ASPIRE clinical trial.
May 2017: Just finished up my first Shiny application, an interactive visualization tool designed to help explore corpora of old English texts. Along the way I fixed some bugs in the highcharter package and made my first contributions to the open source world.
January 2017: Attended the ML @ Rice 2017 conference.