I am Jarett Dewbury, a third-year undergraduate studying Biomedical Engineering at the University of Waterloo. I am also the co-founder of WAT.ai, the University of Waterloo's artificial intelligence student design team.
Currently, I am a visiting researcher at Massachusetts Institute of Technology with Loza Tadesse working on machine learning for low-resource diagnostic devices. I am also a machine learning researcher at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital working on novel disease diagnostics and understanding.
I am interested in the intersection of medicine and machine learning. My current research interests include the development of transformative AI-enabled tools for precision diagnostics, specifically tailored for use in low-resource settings.
I am grateful to be supported by the Emergent Ventures Fellowship.
Outside of my academic and professional pursuits, I enjoy staying active in the gym and engaging in a variety of sports and outdoor activities. Before attending university, I spent a large amount of my early life playing junior hockey and pursuing my athletic goals.
If you share similar interests or are seeking guidance in your own academic or professional endeavors, feel free to reach out to me! I am always happy to connect and discuss potential collaborations, or simply exchange ideas and insights.

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Aug 2023:Joined Massachusetts Institute of Technology as a visiting researcher.
Apr 2023:Awarded the Emergent Ventures Fellowship, supported by the Thiel Foundation.
Jan 2023:Joined Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital as an undergraduate researcher.
Nov 2022:Neurotech student design team won first place in the international NeurotechX2022 student competition.
Jun 2022:Co-founded WAT.ai, the University of Waterloo's Artificial Intelligence Student Design Team.
May 2022:Joined the Medical AI Lab at the University of Waterloo as a member of the founding research team.