Harry Burke

I studied cognitive science, but decided I would rather work in biomedical informatics.. During my studies, I became interested in the biological and clinical sciences. I studied genetics/genomics and clinical science. I really enjoy logistic regression, artificial neural networks, analysis of variance, as well as non-parametric statistics including Bayesian networks (a form of DAG), to discover the scientific rules that govern our lives. I was editor-in-chief of the humanities and social sciences section of the Hopkins Undergraduate Research Journal, president of the JHU chapter of Psi Chi, the honors society in psychology, and an honors member of Omega Psi, the honors society in cognitive science. I intend on pursuing a PHD in biomedical informatics.