Computer Science and Neuroscience
I am a computer scientist with a BSc Computer Science (est. completion Dec 2017) from McGill University in Canada. I specialized in machine learning and bioinformatics. Throughout my degree I have taken courses in bioinformatics, artificial intelligence, operating systems, software development, modern computer games, and much more. I also studied behavioural neuroscience at the University of British Columbia. During my stay at UBC, I took both psychology and behavioural neuroscience courses, focusing on brain dysfunction and human evolution. You can find my CV here. I also volunteer for ALS BC, helping people affected by this terrible disease. For more information about ALS click here. I work in Jason Snyder's lab at UBC hospital doing computational analysis of behavioural data, computer vision, and machine learning with artificial neural networks. Aside from work, I am passionate about my family, my dog Ralph, and my cars. I drive a 1992 Mazda Miata to and from UBC every day. It's a wonderful car, great on gas, and fun to drive. I also have a 2014 Scion FR-S which is turning into a fully-fledged race car; driving at The Ridge Motorsport Park and Seattle International Raceway. In addition, I love music; I play both piano and saxophone. I have been playing for the past 15+ years and it is one of my most valued skills. To learn more about any of the above, feel free to explore my website. Play Snake.
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