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Shiori Sagawa

ssagawa [at] cs.stanford.edu

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BIO

I am a second-year PhD student in Computer Science at Stanford University, advised by Professor Percy Liang. I am supported by the Stanford Graduate Fellowship.

Previously, I received a BA in Computer Science from UC Berkeley in 2016. Between my undergraduate and graduate studies, I worked at D. E. Shaw Research.

PUBLICATIONS

Distributionally Robust Neural Networks for Group Shifts: On the Importance of Regularization for Worst-Case Generalization Shiori Sagawa* Pang Wei Koh*, Tatsunori B. Hashimoto, Percy Liang Preprint, 2019 [PDF]

Distributionally Robust Language Modeling Yonatan Oren*, Shiori Sagawa*, Tatsunori B. Hashimoto*, Percy Liang EMNLP, 2019 [PDF]

Multi-Resolution Weak Supervision for Sequential Data Frederic Sala, Paroma Varma, Jason Fries, Daniel Y. Fu, Shiori Sagawa, Saelig Khattar, Ashwini Ramamoorthy, Ke Xiao, Kayvon Fatahalian, James Priest, Christopher Re NeurIPS, 2019 [PDF]

Structural mechanism for Bruton’s tyrosine kinase activation at the cell membrane Qi Wang, Yakov Pechersky, Shiori Sagawa, Albert C Pan, David E Shaw PNAS, 2019 [PDF]

The architecture of EGFR’s basal complexes reveals autoinhibition mechanisms in dimers and oligomers Laura C Zanetti-Domingues, Dimitrios Korovesis, Sarah R Needham, Christopher J Tynan, Shiori Sagawa, ... , David E Shaw, Daniel J Rolfe, Peter J Parker, Marisa L Martin-Fernandez Nature Communications, 2018 [PDF]

Validating regulatory predictions from diverse bacteria with mutant fitness data Shiori Sagawa, Morgan N Price, Adam M Deutschbauer, Adam P Arkin PLOS ONE, 2017 [PDF]

Genotype specification language Erin H Wilson*, Shiori Sagawa*, James W Weis*, Max G Schubert*, Michael Bissell, Brian Hawthorne, Christopher D Reeves, Jed Dean, Darren Platt ACS Synthetic Biology, 2016 [PDF]

Paradoxical suppression of small RNA activity at high Hfq concentrations due to random-order binding Shiori Sagawa*, Jung-Eun Shin*, Razika Hussein, Han N Lim Nucleic Acids Research, 2015 [PDF]

Modulating the frequency and bias of stochastic switching to control phenotypic variation Michelle Hung, Emily Chang, Razika Hussein, Katya Frazier, Jung-Eun Shin, Shiori Sagawa, Han N. Lim Nature Communications, 2014 [PDF]