Vincent is a mathematical- and data-focused professional researcher with strengths in applying well-rounded technical and analytical skills to various interdisciplinary computational problems. Vincent is working towards a Ph.D. in data science at Worcester Polytechnic Institute under my advisor, Oren Mangoubi. Previously, he earned a Bachelor of Science from The City College of New York (CUNY) in pure math with a minor in computer science. Vincent’s unique combination of theoretical knowledge and practical expertise harnesses a solid quantitative, technical, and creative background to solve complex industrial problems requiring analytical precision and out-of-the-box thinking.
Interning at RRI, Vincent leverages his competencies in mathematics, data science, and computer programming to build and refine models that accurately classify the state of renal patients using sparse, non-uniformly sampled, and noisy dialysis data.
He excels at synthesizing and translating complex technical and data-intensive analyses into clear and valuable insights for our diverse collaborators at RRI. With these abilities in mind, Vincent is eagerly motivated by the opportunity to collaborate within RRI and make a meaningful contribution toward enhancing the lives of renal patients.