About

Hi there! My name is Julia and I’m a graduate student in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University. I work with Scott Linderman on developing and fitting statistical models to uncover structure of neuroscience-related datasets. I’m honored to currently receive funding from the NSF GRFP, Sang Samuel Wang SGF, and Stanford EDGE fellowship.

I graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 2020 with a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering, Mathematics, and Applied Mathematics and & Statistics. I’ve previously worked in the JHU Neuromedical Control Systems Lab, University of Washington Ability and Innovation Lab, and Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences.

Outside of STEM I enjoy fiction writing, Jane Austen, cooking, reading, and gardening. If any of this sounds interesting to you feel free to contact me!