JD, MS Data science, business, & neuroscience of human decision-making firstname.lastname@example.org Summary Pablo currently serves as co-Director of the Center of Science and Law, an interdisciplinary think tank with the goal of constructing a cost-effective legal system with higher utility and lower cost. The Center seeks to develop new technologies that intersect with the criminal justice system in a novel way, including a tablet that can distinguish between offenders' and non-offenders' decision-making. His projects have received over $1,000,000 in research funds from the National Science Foundation, the National Institute of Justice, and private foundations to support the study of crime patterns and the efficacy of legislation using qualitative research blended with large-scale database analysis. Pablo is a graduate of Harvard Law School, where he won its largest student writing prize, served as co-editorin-chief of the Harvard Latino Law Review, and co-Chair of the Harvard Latin American Law Society. He also holds a Masters of Science in data analytics from Texas A&M University's department of statistics, where he served as a research assistant, won an award for the highest GPA, and received an endowed prize for best capstone project from a non-profit. He has won several fellowships for international work, both for public service and for research abroad.