About Me

Hi! I am a second-year doctoral student at Queen Mary University of London. I work on natural language processing for mental health applications, with a focus on synthetic data generation, explainability, and evaluation.

I am supervised by Prof. Maria Liakata, who leads the project: “Creating time sensitive sensors from language and heterogeneous user generated content”, and jointly supervised by Dr. Julia Ive. My studies are funded by the DeepMind Scholarship.

I also co-organize the Data Science for Mental Health Interest Group at the Alan Turing Institute.

My long-term goals are to develop fair, human-centered language technologies.

Prior to starting my PhD, I completed my bachelor’s degree at the University of California, Los Angeles and my master’s degree at the University of Edinburgh.


You can find me at c.chim[AT]qmul.ac.uk.