About me

I’m a computational scientist interested in applying physical and statistical methods to biological and social problems.

I currently do R&D in NLP for a company called Kensho in Cambridge, MA.

Previously I was a research assistant in the Erill Lab at UMBC, where I completed my Ph.D. in biology in 2016. My research centered broadly on understanding how bacterial cells compute their metabolism, and specifically on biophysical models of transcription factor / binding site co-evolution.

In my spare time I enjoy lifting, cycling, woodworking and early music.