After growing up in the Bay Area, I attended Pomona College, where I obtained my BA in Chemistry in 2018. Then, I worked as a data professional at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation before matriculating into the MS Capstone program in 2020. I'm interested in HIV/AIDS clinical trials research! Last quarter, I worked on running simulations to evaluate novel propensity score weighting methods for the HPTN 096 cluster randomized trial, under the supervision of Professor Jim Hughes. When I'm not studying, I enjoy playing video games, making music as an okay violinist or mediocre alto, and running a maximum of 5 kilometers. I also try to volunteer for Asian-American and LGBT+ community outreach initiatives when I can.