Some Projects & Publications

Convergence in Viral Outbreak Research

Using Natural Language Processing to Define Network Bridges in the Bench-Bedside-Population Paradigm

Read the Paper (Harvard Data Science Review)


Identifying essential nonprofits with a novel NLP Method

Proposing a classification method for identifying whether a 501c3 nonprofit organization is considered essential for economic recovery

Read the Paper (Nonprofit Management & Leadership)


Doctrinal Implications of Computational Antitrust

Watch the interview: Episode 6 of Stanford’s Computational Antitrust Podcast


Other Publications

  • “Early Identification of Family Medicine Physicians Using Qualitative Admissions Data” with Jackie Knapke, Barbara Tobias, Saundra Reagan, and Hillary Mount. Family Medicine (2022).
  • “Data-Informed Tools for Archaeological Reflexivity: Examining the substance of bone through a meta-analysis of academic texts” with Sarah E. Jackson, Caleigh E. Richissin, and James Jaehoon Lee. Journal of Internet Archaeology, 55 (2020). doi:10.11141/ia.55.12
  • “Mining the Harvard Caselaw Access Project” with Felix B. Chang and James Jaehoon Lee. Antitrust and Trade Regulation Commons. 2020.
  • “Tweeting for social justice in #Ferguson: Affective discourse in Twitter hashtags” with Jeffrey Layne Blevins, James Jaehoon Lee, and Ezra Edgerton. New Media & Society, vol. 21, no. 7, July 2019, pp. 1636–1653, doi:10.1177/1461444819827030.
  • “NYCDH Week 2016: Workshops in Review.” Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy, January 26, 2017. https://jitp.commons.gc.cuny.edu/nycdh-week-2016-workshops-in-review/

Other Presentations

  • CoPE [Collaborative Poetry Experiment] with Dani Clark. Nine week expressive writing program w/AI support, financially supported in part by Thrivent. Cincinnati, OH. October-December 2022.
  • “Can You Hear Me Major Tom? The US Mass Media Reporting on Exploration of Space.” with Aida Ramusovic at The Space Research Institute for Discovery & Exploration (SRIDE) Annual Symposium. Cincinnati, OH. November 2022.
  • “Linguistic Connectivity as Conversation in Early Modern Scholarship.” Paper presentation with Sally Luken at Sixteenth Century Society & Conference. Minneapolis, MN. October 2022.
  • “Antitrust and Topic Modeling” with Felix B. Chang. University of Pittsburgh’s Center for Governance and Markets. November 2022.
  • “New Competition Tools: DMA, Computational Antitrust and Beyond” with Felix B. Chang. Vienna Competition Law Days. September, 2022.
  • “Doctrinal Implications of Computational Antitrust.” Paper Presentation with Felix B. Chang at Computational Antitrust: Exploring Antitrust 3.0 (CodeX – Stanford Center for Legal Informatics ). December. 14, 2021.
  • “Machines & Language: Natural Language Processing in Research.” Workshop power session at University of Cincinnati Data Day. Cincinnati, OH. October 23, 2020.
  • “Introduction to Machine Learning (ft. Python)” Workshop presentation at University of Louisville Digital Humanities Research Institute. Louisville, KY. May 19, 2019.
  • “Data Sousveillance: An Analysis of Cultural and Congressional Surveillance Rhetoric Over Time.” With S.E. Hackney, Rajene Hardeman, Allison Nellis, Laurin Paradise and Chris Alen Sula. Panel presentation at 2016 Cultural Studies Association Annual Conference: Policing Crises Now. Villanova, PA. June 4, 2016.

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