I am a first year PhD student in Social & Engineering Systems and Statistcs at MIT working in the Clinical Machine Learning group led by David Sontag. My current research interests focus on human-centric aspects of machine learning, namely how to integrate expert decision makers into machine learning pipelines while ensuring fairness and an understanding of long-term consequences.

I received my undergraduate degree in computer engineering from the American University of Beirut in 2019. In the summer of 2018 I was a visiting student/intern at TTIC working with Mesrob Ohannessian and Nathan Srebro on the long term effects of fair decision making.

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