Estelle Pan

Data Science Fellow

Estelle Pan is a Data Science Fellow at the Society for Women’s Health Research (SWHR) for the summer of 2024, where she is dedicated to advancing women’s health research, specifically focusing on menopause in the workplace, using data science methodologies. Her primary responsibilities include conducting data analysis to address key research questions and creating data visualizations.

Pan is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Quantitative Methods in Social Sciences at Columbia University, where she has been refining her skills and applying various data science techniques to social science research. Concurrently, she serves as a Data Research Assistant at the Columbia Justice Lab, working on projects that address and mitigate gun violence through rigorous data collection and analysis.

She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science with a concentration in Data Analytics and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from the University of California, San Diego. During her time at UC San Diego, she worked as a Research Assistant, developing and managing large-scale databases for two political science research projects focused on political propaganda and legislative bills.

Pan’s academic and professional pursuits are characterized by a strong interest and commitment to harnessing and analyzing data to explore social, economic, and political issues, including gender equality.