of University of Waterloo
Irish Medina is a graduate student at the University of Waterloo with a research focus on machine learning. She is passionate about using computer science to solve some of the world's problems. She has served a software developer at the Public Health Agency of Canada where she led the development of software to track the emergence of antimicrobial resistant bacteria across the global population. Currently, she is an active open source developer with Systers, an Anita Borg Institute community, where she is developing a server side support platform for Malaria prevention mobile applications deployed to Peace Corps Volunteers across Africa.
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