I'm a physician and software developer experienced in creating digital health solutions leveraging AI,
wearables & connected medical devices, and health data standards.
I started learning to code at a young age and have always been passionate about digital health. During my
medical training, I did early work developing clinical applications with conversational AI and wearables as well
as extracting insights from unstructured health data using machine learning.
I co-founded a startup as a medical student that developed software to help physicians prioritize free-text
clinical reports. In the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, I developed digital solutions that were deployed internationally.
In my role as Lead Architect of the Digital Health program
at Stanford University's Byers Center for Biodesign, I've led the design and development of several digital health projects at Stanford, including CardinalKit and Spezi,
open-source frameworks for creating digital health applications on iOS and Android based on healthcare data standards such as HL7 FHIR. CardinalKit and Spezi have been used to create more than 20
applications for research and clinical care in use across Stanford Medicine and many other leading healthcare institutions.
In addition, I am the technical lead for HrtEx, the Stanford Center for Digital Health's semi-automated
remote hypertension management system with guideline based medication titration that is integrated with wireless home
blood pressure monitors and Stanford's Epic electronic health record system.
I have also been teaching Stanford's digital health course (CS342) since 2021, in which students build and
launch real-world digital health applications in collaboration with faculty from the Stanford School of Medicine.