I'm a PhD student at Stanford NLP, where I'm working with Dan Jurafsky. I was previously a BMO National Scholar and John H. Moss Scholar at the University of Toronto, where I worked with Graeme Hirst and David Duvenaud.

My research interests are in representation learning (e.g., word embeddings, additive compositionality) and evaluation (i.e., how good is your NLP model really?). While at Google, I also worked on graph representation learning and information extraction.