I’m a computational biologist/data scientist currently at ThinkCyte. I’m generally interested in applying machine learning to biological problems, and also enjoy thinking about better workflows to analyze biological data.

I earned my PhD from the Süel Lab at UC San Diego, researching electric decision making in dormant microbes. Additionally, I’ve worked with Dr. Yuichi Wakamoto at the University of Tokyo, Dr. Hiroaki Kitano at the Systems Biology Institute, and Dr. Tatsuo Nunoshiba at the International Christian University.

Outside of work, I’m passionate about cooking, reading, spoon carving, and pottery. I’m currently based in San Diego, CA.