Am is a Data Scientist for F-Prime Capital’s tech fund, where he focuses on data science, automation and Enterprise IT. Prior to joining F-Prime, Am worked as a Data Scientist for John Hancock Investments where he helped develop models to predict why and when Financial Advisors would buy a specific financial product. Early in his career, Am worked at the Bollyky Lab at the Stanford Medical School where he worked as part of the team to analyze and predict T-Cell behavior for the paper: Hyaluronan synthesis inhibition impairs antigen presentation and delays transplantation rejection.

Am holds a B.S. degree from Northeastern University where he majored in Computer Engineering specializing in ML, Computer Vision, and Algorithms.