Who am I?

Hi, I'm Red. I'm a machine learning engineer in New York City.

Having always striven to use data and technology to maximize the impact of my work, I transitioned from a life scientist to a data scientist, and later fell in love with the world of engineering. This blog serves to chronicle my journey and the road ahead—sharing what I've learned, my experiences, and maybe a few side projects I'm working on.

What have I done?

I currently work at Nielsen. I received a PhD in molecular physiology and biophysics from Baylor College of Medicine where I used carbon nanotechnology to develop a new treatment for autoimmune diseases. During grad school, I also founded and led a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that trains scientists and doctors to become management consultants, and also provides consulting services. Previously, I worked in biotech and venture capital.

How to get in touch

Feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn, GitHub, and Twitter. If you have any questions or comments, don't hesitate to contact me. Thanks for visiting!

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