I’m a computational biologist at Verily Life Sciences in Cambridge, MA. Previously I was a graduate student at MIT, where I was a member of the Gifford lab.

I did my undergraduate work at Duke, where I obtained degrees in computer science and mathematics and was fortunate to work with Alex Hartemink. I spent a semester taking classes in Italian at the Università di Bologna. Before graduate school, I spent a bit over a year working on software and algorithms for Ion Torrent (which became Life Technologies, then Thermo Fisher). As an undergraduate, I did internships at Microsoft and Google. I also twice participated in the ACM ICPC World Finals and the Mathematical Contest in Modeling (MCM), obtaining an “Outstanding” rating once.

You can see what courses I’ve taken here.

My public Github page is here. I’m also on LinkedIn and Biostars.

I’ll put more details here in the future, but for now, here’s a CV sketch:

**Education**

- Ph.D. candidate in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- S.M in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- B.S. in Computer Science and Mathematics, Duke University

**Research**

- See Research page

**Awards**

- Third place in the first MIT Big Data Prediction Challenge
- Best Poster Award (RECOMB 2012)
- NSF Travel Award (RECOMB 2012)
- NSF Graduate Research Fellowship (2009)
- Alex Vasilos Memorial Award (undergraduate departmental award) (2008)

**Conferences**

- RECOMB 2014 (paper)
- QCRI-CSAIL 2014 Annual Meeting (poster)
- ASHG 2013
- RECOMB 2012 (poster)
- RECOMB Satellite Workshop on Massively Parallel Sequencing 2012 (paper)
- ISMB 2010
- RECOMB Regulatory Genomics 2009 (volunteer)

Reviewer for Bioinformatics, PLoS Computational Biology, and The Plant Journal. Secondary reviewer for ISMB and RECOMB.