I am an quantitative scientist interested in understanding complex systems of all forms, particularly those related to human health. My PhD is in applied math, which really just means I like using quantitative methods to solve real-world problems. I have expertise in network theory, quantitative biology, and all flavors of mathematical modeling. I did a postdoc in experimental biophysics in Nicole King's lab at Berkeley/HHMI, and am currently a research data scientist at the Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy.
In my other life, I'm an avid swing dancer (Lindy+West Coast), frisbee player, and newly-returned west coast (Bay area) resident.