Josie Lamp

Olive B. and Franklin C. Mac Krell Jefferson Fellow
Firestone, Colorado
B.S. Arizona State University (2018)
School of Engineering and Applied Science
Computer Science


Josephine Lamp is a Ph.D. candidate in computer science and 2020 NSF Graduate Research Fellow in the Link Lab at the University of Virginia. Her research is at the intersection of healthcare, computer science and cybersecurity; specifically, she is developing privacy-preserving machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) techniques for clinical decision support systems. Her research is applied to improve outcomes for patients with Advanced Heart Failure and Type I Diabetes, among others. She received her B.S. in biomedical informatics from Barrett, the Honors College at Arizona State University. Josephine is also involved in health-privacy policy efforts, chair of the Computer Science Department Graduate Student Group, and editor-in-chief of the Jefferson Journal of Science and Culture, an interdisciplinary journal run by Jefferson Fellows.

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