My research interests lie in Natural Language Processing (NLP), which is an interdiscinplinary field at the intersection of statistical machine learning and theoretical linguistics. In particular, I’m interested in NLP for lower resource languages, information extraction, information retrieval, and models of meaning and reference. I’m currently advised by Professor Constantine Lignos.
Prior to doctoral studies at Brandeis, I worked as a research programmer at University of Southern California Information Sciences Institute. Before working at ISI, I completed the MS in Computational Lingusitics at Brandeis in 2018. I also was formerly an English as a foreign language instructor at Kent State University.