PhD Candidate, Bioengineering
peterwashington [at] stanford [dot] edu
I am currently a PhD candidate in Bioengineering at Stanford University, advised by Dr. Dennis Wall. I research biomedical data science techniques for psychiatry and behavioral sciences, utilizing techniques from and innovating in crowdsourcing healthcare, applied machine learning, computational psychiatry, translational bioinformatics, human-computer interaction, and mobile/wearable systems.
I have several academic interests and my thesis work therefore spans the engineering, design, scientific, algorithmic, psychological, and clinical questions associated with developing new technologies to transform psychiatry therapeutic interventions and diagnostics.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Advised by Dr. Dennis Wall
Russ Altman (reading and oral committees)
Jan Liphardt (reading and oral committees)
Terry Winograd (oral committee)
Nick Haber (oral committee chair)
Master of Science (MS)
Specialization in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)
Teaching assistantships in Operating Systems (CS140), Data Visualization (CS448B), and Human-Computer Interaction (CS247).
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Distinction in Research and Creative Works
Baker residential college