I am a post-doctoral researcher in the Computer Science Department at Brown University where I am lucky to work with Ben Raphael. My research centers around designing algorithms for analysis of high-throughput DNA sequencing data of cancer genomes. In particular, I am interested in trying to better understand and model intra-tumor heterogeneity.
I received my undergraduate degree in Mathematics from Pomona College in 2005. I worked as a software tester for Epic Systems from 2005-2008, before receiving a certificate in Computer Science from University of Wisconsin - Madison in 2010, my masters degree in 2012 and my PhD in 2015, both in Computer Science from Brown University. From 2011-2014 I was funded by an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and recieved a Google Anita Borg Scholarship in 2014. In the Fall of 2015 I will start a position as an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Carleton College.
You can find a copy of my CV here.