I'm a proud member of Neurodata, a group at Johns Hopkins that develops open-source technology to enable anyone to perform big-data neuroscience on freely available datasets. Our projects include connectome analysis based on MRI images, computer-vision driven neural morphology, and many more, all available at our website.
I am excited to announce that my startup FitMango has been awarded the $100,000 TEDCO Technology Commercialization Fund. FitMango recently graduated from the 2015 AccelerateBaltimore Cohort. FitMango is a health technology company helping people create and discover fitness communities to achieve their health-related goals. Our web platform allows each user to find an appropriate gym, get matched with a small group of 3-5 peers led by a professional personal trainer, and track their fitness progress. We're hiring, so feel free to email me for more information!
As of February 2015, I am a member of a Johns Hopkins University Center for Bioengineering Innovation & Design Biomedical Engineering Design Team that aims to bring remote-healthcare mobile kiosks to low-access regions of developing countries.
HopHacks is a 36-hour, student-run hackathon at the Johns Hopkins Homewood Campus. I'm proud to be a part of the hard-working, devoted team that makes this event possible. Please feel free to reach out to us if you or your company might like to hear more or get involved!
When I'm feeling unproductive, I sit down at the computer and set a timer for 60 minutes. At the end of that hour, I publish whatever code I've written, even if it remains unrefined or incomplete. This helps me improve my coding-speed, and it also forces me to write modular, readable code. It also keeps me off the streets.
View a selection of these projects online here.