In October 2010, I moved to Microsoft Research Redmond, where I hold a Researcher position in the Natural Language group.

I was a Research Associate in the CS department at Stanford University, working with Christopher Manning and Dan Jurafsky. I was a member of the Stanford Natural Language Processing Group, which is part of the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (SAIL). My main research interests are in text-to-text natural language processing applications, in particular statistical machine translation and summarization. In September 2007, I completed my Ph.D. at Columbia University, where I worked on speech summarization and text-to-text generation with Kathleen McKeown. During my graduate school years, I have also done work on syntactic machine translation with Kevin Knight and Daniel Marcu at USC/ISI and Language Weaver. Before joining Columbia, I was a research consultant in the Spoken Dialogue Systems group at Bell Labs, Murray Hill. More information is available in my CV.

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