At this year's conference we are excited to feature lightning talks from women working on data science research.

These talks will be held from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m., during the 2019 Women in Data Science Charlottesville Conference, in room CR 120, in the Abbott Center at the Darden School of Business. For more information and to plan your day, see the conference agenda.

Erfanhe GharaviSiamese Discourse Structure Recursive Neural Network for Semantic Representation

Erfaneh Gharavi, Research Assistant, UVA School of Engineering and Applied Science Department of Engineering Systems & Environment

Cho JiangThe Effect of The Built Environment on Parking Experiences: Evidence from Sentiment Analysis of Yelp Reviews

Cho Jiang2018-2019 Presidential Fellow in Data Science, UVA Data Science Institute; Ph.D. Candidate, UVA School of Architecture Department of Urban and Environmental Planning

Gizem KorkmazModeling the Impact of Open Source Software Using Dependency and Contributor Networks

Gizem Korkmaz, Research Associate Professor, Biocomplexity Institute & Initiative, University of Virginia

Eva LancasterAssessing the reproducibility of DNA microarray studies

Eva Lancaster, Ph.D. Candidate, Human and Molecular Genetics, Virginia Commonwealth University

Stephanie ShippEthical Principles for the All Data Revolution

Stephanie Shipp, Deputy Director and Professor of Research, Social and Decision Analytics Division, Biocomplexity Institute & Initiative, University of Virginia

Kathleen McManusData at the Intersection of Policy and Health: The Impact of the ACA on Health Outcomes for Low-income People Living with HIV in Virginia

Kathleen McManus, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases and International Health, University of Virginia