I am a postdoctoral researcher in the Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology and the Sorger Lab at Harvard Medical School. As a computational systems biologist, my work has been motivated by curiosity about how biomolecular networks enable cells to process information about their environment.
I am currently studying the development of drug resistance in melanoma, particularly from the perspective of transcriptional dynamics. Previously, I completed my PhD at Cornell University in the laboratory of Dr. Barbara Baird, also collaborating with Dr. William Hlavacek's group at Los Alamos National Laboratory. My doctoral research focused on kinetic modeling of biochemical networks that drive immune responses.
Additionally, I am passionate about art, writing, and design, and the ways in which these areas can intersect science and medicine. To learn more, visit my primary website.