I am a PhD student at Johns Hopkins University since fall 2019. I am affiliated with the Center for Language and Speech Processing and work with professor Mark Dredze. My research interests are very broad, I have worked on multiple areas of computer science such as cyber security threat detection through social network analysis on twitter, information extraction for the automated creation of step-by-step instructions from the methodology contained in scientific publications, and anomaly detection using computer vision to autonomously detect defective insulators in electric poles from pictures captured by drones.
My current research is in the area of health care and machine learning. Specifically, I work in mental health detection using social network analysis techniques. Another aspect of machine learning research I am interested is demographic bias in machine learning models.
Future research will further develop social network analysis techniques in health care prediction. I am also interested in the Human Computer Interaction (HCI) problems that arise with the implementation and deployment of machine learningmodels and intelligent systems in the health care and other industries.
Studied at K-State and received Bachelor's in Computer Science (summa cumm laude). I was also an undergraduate research assistant in the Laboratory for Knowledge Discovery in Databases (KSU KDD Lab) with professor William Hsu.
Studied at MCC Penn Valley and received Associate's degree.
Studied in Kansas City East high and graduated as valedictorian. Go East or Go Home!
Best school in El Salvador (unbiased opinion). Chaleco de corazon!