I am a computer science PhD student in Jure Leskovec's lab at Stanford, supported by Hertz and NDSEG Fellowships. I am on the academic job market this year: here's my CV and list of publications. I develop data science and machine learning methods to study two broad areas: inequality and healthcare.


Before my PhD, I did a master's in statistics at Oxford on a Rhodes Scholarship, and before that I spent a year as a data scientist at 23andMe and Coursera. I write a statistics blog, Obsession with Regression, and have also written for The New York Times, FiveThirtyEight, The Atlantic, The Washington Post, Wired, Times Higher Education, and various other publications. I always like hearing from people with cool ideas for things to do with data: shoot me an email at emmap1@cs.stanford.edu!