I’m a fourth year PhD student at Stanford, co-advised by Shaul Druckmann and Krishna Shenoy, where I work on brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) for restoring communication. Before that, I studied molecular biology and mathematics at UC Berkeley.
My research focuses on translating basic science into performant BCI systems, leveraging unparalleled access to high spatiotemporal resolution signals from inside the brain. This includes prototyping speech decoding systems, as well as building robust algorithms that can fare against nonstationary signals, with the ultimate aim of helping move BCIs from the lab and into the clinic.
People providing me validation
- NSF Graduate Fellowship
- Regina Casper Graduate Fellowship
- Smitha, Tracy
Feel free to drop me an email at: firstnameletter + h + lastname [at] stanford [dot] edu