In May 2019, I graduated cum laude from Harvard Extension School with an ALB degree in Biology and double minor in math and computer science. For two consecutive academic years (2018-2019 and 2019-2020), I was accepted as a special student in Biostatistics at Harvard University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.

Since July 2020, I am a research associate focusing on epigenomics at Mass General Cancer Center for Research. I am interested in hematological malignancies and epigenetic regulation in psysiological and malignant hematopoiesis.

I have a passion for computer science, and I was a teaching fellow for CS50, and CSCI E33a, Web Programming with Python and JavaScript.