Hi! I'm Jordan.
I’m a Ph.D. Candidate in Medical Engineering and Medical Physics at the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology program. My research focuses on using neuromodulation to understand pain and consciousness, and using neurotechnology and machine learning to develop new tools for brain stimulation.
Outside of the lab, I’m a AI-focused science communicator on YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, Tiktok, and more! I am also the Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer of the MIT Science Policy Review, a peer-reviewed science policy journal. Additionally, I am Chair of the External Affairs Board of the MIT Graduate Student Council, which advocates for local, state, and federal policies that support graduate students.
Over on my weekly newsletter Morning Notes, you'll find discussions on algorithmic fairness, emerging technologies, and the intersections of my experiences with ADHD, mental health, and productivity. Sign up below if you'd like to join our community!
Happy Saturday! People often ask me how I keep up with new research related to my work (or my content), especially as my work straddles a few different fields. My answer is usually some combination of Google Scholar alerts, emails from specific journals that I try to keep an eye
Happy Friday! While cleaning out my office yesterday, I happened across a copy of The Productive Writer: in Graduate School and Beyond by Jan Allen. (💲) I'd totally forgotten that I had this book - I recieved a free copy while I was at Cornell, and it somehow survived both moving
Happy Friday! As you may have noticed, I took last week off to recover from a recent trip to Washington D.C. - for whatever reason, travelling via plane usually knocks me out for the next several days, even if the trip isn't particularly stressful. 🤷🏽♀️ During my week of recuperation,
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